Fossil recently announced plans to release over 100 wearable devices this year, many thought this might be a marketing ploy, or simply a case of 100 different variations of the same wearable, however, so far that doesn’t seem to be the case thankfully.
On top of the devices that the company has already announced, Fossil is today announcing a total of 7 more wearable devices to be launched.
Within this, there are two Android Wear smartphones, the Q Wander, and the Q Marshal.
Both will be available in 44mm and 46mm sizes, with circular cases, wireless charging and a range of strap and body choice options to add-on. Both will also sell for the total of $275 in the US.
Those aren’t the only devices to be announced, with a couple of new smaller devices also announced.
The first is the Smart Analog Movement series, which expands on the Q Grant line, which has been designed to look like a conventional watch but with activity tracking features, and automatic time zone updates, no price has been announced for this yet.
There’s also the new Q Motion activity trackers, that will track a range of activities, with call/text notifications.
Fossil has said that within the rest of the 100-plus devices, models will come from a number of brands, including Chaps, Diesel, Emporio Armani, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Misfit and Skagen.
They haven’t announced any details on these yet.