Bangle.js 2 is an open, hackable smartwatch. With a sunlight-readable always-on screen, 4-week battery life, complete flexibility, and complete control of your data, Bangle.js 2 is a refreshing break from expensive smartwatches.
Bangle.js 2.0 specs:
IP67 Waterproof (max 1 meter for 30 minutes)
Nordic 64MHz nRF52840 ARM Cortex-M4 processor with Bluetooth LE
256kB RAM, 1MB on-chip flash, 8MB external flash
1.3 inch 176×176 always-on 3-bit color LCD display (LPM013M126) with backlight
Full touchscreen (6H hardness glass)
Heart rate monitor
3 Axis Accelerometer
3 Axis Magnetometer
Air Pressure/Temperature sensor
200mAh battery, 4 week standby time
36mm x 43mm x 12mm watch body, with standard 20mm watch straps
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