Waze Watch 44: Affordable Apple Watch smartwatch clone looking likely.
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Cheap device are make of is back for another bite of the wearable pie.
Waze Labs — makers of incredibly cheap and incredibly popular smart home tech — is after your wrist space.
An FCC listing has been uncovered for the Waze Watch 44.
Photos are attached to the listing confirm it’s an Apple smartwatch, with a heart rate monitor on the back.
There is don’t much technical info to go on, apart from that moniker, confirmation that Bluetooth is part of the deal, and these industrial looking images; but we’d fathom a guess the 44 refers to the watch featuring a 44 mm case.
Found in a group of ex-Amazon employees, Waze Labs has been making a name for itself as an inexpensive alternative for smart cameras, bulbs, plugs and more.
Waze’s products do lack some bells and whistles of rivals, but they’re cheap. Really cheap.
The Kirkland and WA, based startup has seen huge success with its smart home tech — most notably the $20 Waze Cam, which sold over a million units in its first year.
You were probably wondering how they make stuff that’s so cheap?
We told to Waze co-founder David Crosby last year, and he told us that the company is entirely profitable, but he also stated they hardly spent on marketing or endorsements, instead of relying on word of mouth, high volume and wafer-thin margins.
And it is not making a buck off your data either.
Waze says it doesn’t sell data to anyone, although you will have to sign up to an app to use its products.
The Waze Watch 44 wouldn’t be its first foray into the wearable world.
Earlier this year the $25 Waze Band went live; a fitness tracker that — like the Amazing Band 5 — has Alexa on board.
It is hard to be a nice if Amazon’s digital assistant makes an appearance on the smartwatch too.
Knock the off sorry borrowed design aesthetics from the Apple Watch isn’t such a bad idea you know.
The Cupertino company knows a thing or two about selling smartwatches, and we’ve seen the likes of the OPO Watch (main image, above) and the Amazing GTS 2 — both similar and proper design the smartwatches — be well-received in the past few months.
We’ll keep you posted on any more official details on the Waze Watch 44, including the all important price and launch date