The Vector smart watch is a cross-platform smart watch which offers 30 day battery life and concentrates on delivering personal and customised notifications, that are only visible to you. Messages are only displayed when you turn the watch to face you and discrete vibrations notify you of incoming calls, messages, emails and any app alerts, which can then be dismissed with an effortless flick of the wrist.
The watch also offers features such as Uber apps and promise Google Fit integration in the future.
The company always offered good support for Windows Phone, and currently has an app in the Windows Store.
The company has however promised to upgrade their app to Windows 10, and according to a report on the WC this app is expected soon, around the 15th June, based on an email sent to a Windows Phone-using Vector user.
The upgraded app has apparently been delayed by “issues with Windows Mobile code and Microsoft Store policy” from an earlier mooted April date.
This is still however pretty good support from a smart watch company. Those interested in joining the trend can purchase the device for around $250 from Amazon here.