Diesel’s first Android Wear smartwatch, On Full Guard, is now available

Diesel Android Wear smartwatch – Back at Baselworld 2017, Diesel announced its “On” smartwatch collection, and now the first in that collection is available to purchase. Well, for a select group of people.

The Diesel On Full Guard, which is the new name for at least the first smartwatch, is now on sale at Macy’s department stores for $325. The model is outfitted with a black case and brown leather strap. The rest of the four Diesel On Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches will arrive on 25 September, though much of the difference will be cosmetic only.

Two of them will have black leather bands, one will have a black metal band and another will have a gold metal band. They all run a Qualcomm 2100 Snapdragon processor, have a 48mm case, IP67 water resistance, and a ‘high resolution’ AMOLED display.

The more interesting things about the Diesel On Full Guard is the software enhancements the company is making. The first of which are ‘filters,’ watch face overlays that add (gimmicky) functionalities to the Android Wear experience. For example, one of which takes over your display while in “Do Not Disturb” mode and virtually cracks the screen when you get a notification. The more notifications you get, the more cracks there are. The second one “fogs” up the screen the longer you’re inactive.

Yes, they’re gimmicky, but they’re also creative ways of visually giving you information. It’s also nice to see someone in the fashion world of Android Wear try to do something a little different with watch faces. Plus, it’s a good way to set the watch apart in an ever-growing horde of Android Wear watches, which includes the Fossil Q Venture and Explorer, Michael Kors Access Sofie and Grayson, Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon, and the Emporio Armani Connected.

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