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Skagen Connected Falster 2 Stainless Steel and Silicone Touchscreen Smartwatch

$49.99

Last updated on November 25, 2021 8:16 am

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  • Smartwatches powered with Wear OS by Google work with iPhone and Android Phones
  • Heart Rate & Activity Tracking using Google Fit; Built-in GPS for distance tracking; Swimproof design 3ATM; Speed through checkout with your watch using Google Pay; Responses from the Google Assistant and more.
  • This is one smart watch – receive smartphone notifications and app alerts, manage your calendar, control your music, download third party apps (your favorite ride-sharing or music apps), and customize your watch face; touchscreen functionality, built-in fitness tracker, microphone, music storage & controls, custom goal & alarm settings, calendar alerts, multiple time zones, weather, LED flashlight, wireless syncing
  • Estimated 24 hour battery life, based on usage plus 2 additional days in low-power mode; magnetic USB rapid charger included; charge up to 80% in under an hour
  • Case size: 40mm; Band size: 20mm; interchangeable with all Skagen 20mm bands; easily change your watch band with quick release pins. Wear OS by Google works with phones running Android 6.0+ (excluding Go edition) and iOS 10.0+. Supported features may vary across platforms and countries.

Specification: Skagen Connected Falster 2 Stainless Steel and Silicone Touchscreen Smartwatch

Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Skagen
Model number SKT5113
Part Number SKT5113
Item Shape Round
Case diameter 40 millimeters
Case Thickness 11 millimeters
Band width 20 millimeters
Item weight 3.35 Ounces
Movement Touchscreen
Water resistant depth 50 Meters

7 reviews for Skagen Connected Falster 2 Stainless Steel and Silicone Touchscreen Smartwatch

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  1. Mireya Mendoza

    When it first came in, I was so disappointed because it looked so small and I like big screens. However, once I put it on, I decided it was a good size compared to my wrist. It is such a beautiful watch but I don’t think it is worth $200 which is why I knocked a star. I’m not a super heavy user but I do like getting my fitness info and heart rate. On my first day using it I was messing around with it a lot so I guess that’s why it was dying so fast (lasted me about 12 hours for heavy usage). On my second day it last me a lot longer and I still had charge the next day. Not a huge issue since I always carry a charger with me but I’m sure its a deal breaker for some. I like to keep my watch with always on screen and constant heart rate monitor so I don’t get as much lasting battery as I should. Overall I love it but I will definitely jump at a chance to get one with a faster processor with a bigger screen lol

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  2. Housecat

    The best looking Droid smartwatch in my opinion. I had a Galaxy Watch prior, but would not sync with my Google Pixel 3A. The Skagen at least communicates with my watch, but there are hiccups that should be addressed. Sometimes the screen becomes unresponsive and you have to use the dials to navigate the watch, yet you cannot actually open apps this way. At one time I thought my watch died because it refused to turn on after a good charge. I had to hold the power button for a full minute to wake the device. Some apps are annoying to deal with such as the Timer. I use the Timer app to count down between stretches after a workout and once you stop the alarm, you are brought back to the main screen and have to go to apps>Timer and reopen the application all over again….for each time you stop (miss my FitBit in that regard). Also if you have tattoos like I do (full sleeves) the HR won’t detect your rate unless you’re in the zone getting 150bp, so no resting heart rate to monitor. All in all I’m happy that it’s sleek and easy to use but Droid watches have a long way to go. I envy my GF’s Apple Watch….a love unrequited

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  3. LMG

    3.5 stars. There are many things to love about this watch, but also some really disappointing things. Before I outline the pros/cons I wanted to clear up some confusion there seems to be regarding the watch’s ability to audibly respond. This watch does not have a speaker, it has a microphone. The following is verbatim from the Falster 2 FAQ — Your smartwatch does not have a speaker, but it is equipped with a microphone. This means that you can ask questions or make commands into the microphone and your watch will provide read outs of responses, but cannot audibly answer your requests —
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    Pros
    —It is really a good looking watch, especially the black, and is very lightweight and comfortable on the wrist.
    —The silicone band is flexible easy to clean…a good choice for working out.
    —It is fairly user friendly (if you already have experience with smartwatches that is) with the basic things like customizing the face with preferred options of what they call data points (it gives you three changeable ones) like weather, battery %, steps, etc. If this is your first smartwatch you should read through the Falster 2 FAQ. I could not find it on the Skagen site, only generic info not model specific. Strangely a FAQ came up in a google search which has a Skagen url, I will include it here but it may be blocked out as Amazon doesn’t allow outside links in reviews. skagen.com/en-us/falster-2-smartwatch-faq#google
    —It has an ‘on command’ heart rate monitor which isn’t as seamless as compared to a fitness watch but is a big plus to have this available. It does automatically track during workout sessions, and your stats will be available in the workout history in the Google Fit app.
    —I like the way it handles texts and email, you can quickly respond immediately using the microphone. When an incoming call comes up you can choose a quick message to text from your watch if you’re not able to answer your phone. You can even bring up a keyboard which may be impossible to use with larger fingers but it works well with a stylus.
    —Untethered GPS…a big plus.

    Major cons
    —Battery is horrible; it does not last anywhere near 24hours. Yesterday at 5pm I put it on fully charged, wore it only five hours, and this morning before noon it is already down to 10% after just sitting there not being worn. While I had it on for the five hours I did not check messages or use any functions other than checking the time and I read my pulse a couple of times. GPS is turned off. This is unacceptable. The battery fully charges in only one hour, but it is still a pain, you have to make sure you have the charger with you at all times if you want to wear the watch all day and are out. An hour workout on the interval setting used 25% of the battery.
    —Music storage. It is blatantly misleading to state that this watch stores and plays music. What they really mean is if you have a paid music subscription to Spotify, Google music, etc. you can play your saved music from your account. We do happen to have a paid subscription to Spotify and have downloaded music available to play offline and it WOULD NOT WORK! I have the app permissions activated, I spent an hour with Spotify support chat and they said I have the correct version of the Spotify app on the watch and when opening it (you have to make sure the app is closed on your phone) you are supposed to get a log-in screen, but the only choice that comes up is to pair with a phone. It does that with no problem and you can control the music playing on your phone using the watch’s music controls, but it is supposed to play music independently of your phone. Spotify support said if the watch is a stand-alone device, the login option should come up. So, they don’t know how to help me. Now I have to try to further investigate this with Skagen, but I’m fed up at this point. If anyone reading this has gotten this to work with Spotify or maybe with Google music, please post a comment.
    —Slow response on functions – there is a slight delay when using many of the controls. This would not be much of a problem except that the screen quickly blacks out before you have a chance to do anything. You can’t extend the screen timeout, can only choose the always on setting, which is a good idea to have on at least when initially setting everything up, but it does suck up more battery of course.
    —Not too impressed with the Wear OS app.
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    I really like the idea of this watch, a smart watch with fitness watch features, but it needs improvement, especially the battery. I have a Fitbit Versa, which is the reverse, a fitness watch with smart watch features, and not only is it much less expensive than this watch, it has many of the same functions (not the standalone GPS though), it actually does STORE music, and the battery lasts three days or more, even when wearing it all day and all night.

    A tip on the vibration, which is annoying to me, but may be useful to those who need to turn off their ringtone and/or vibration on their phone but still need to know if a call is coming through without disturbing others. I don’t have a need for that so just want to turn off all vibration, but there is no setting to turn it off, and supposedly if you don’t have vibration active on your phone, which I don’t, the watch won’t vibrate. Not true, it still vibrates for call, texts and email. So the only way to turn it off completely is by selecting Do Not Disturb which is easily accessible by swiping down from the top.

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  4. OBOGSMAX

    Functions well for the most part, occasionally the UI is sluggish. However, the big reason to avoid this is that the watch back fell off after 3 months. (this issue appears in the Amazon.com reviews where one guy had the back fall off 3 times and Fossil repaired it 3 times) Unfortunately this was after Amazon’s return window, so Amazon forces you to deal with the manufacturer for warranty. Apparently Fossil knows about this issue and had been common in the original Falster. They are covering the repair (once they inspect it) but turnaround time is at least 4 weeks. They pay for shipping, but you have to insure the value.

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  5. Dylan H.

    Coming from a gen 1 Apple watch to this is a joke. This is the slowest, clunkiest and fastest dying smartwatch I’ve ever used.

    Pros: It looks nice

    Cons:
    The Battery: I can’t even get through half a day of normal use. My apple watch which I’ve used daily for 2 years has more battery life than this thing.

    Interface: hope you like waiting. Even after the latest wearOS update, the watch struggles to even switch between pages. I’m talking a full 5-10 seconds to get to the Google fit page just one swipe to the right.

    App support: There is none. Half the wear OS apps aren’t even compatible with this watch. I was really looking forward to using Strong (a weight lifting app) on this watch, but again, no support.

    I highly highly do NOT recommend this watch. Do yourself a favor and buy something else.

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  6. Jesus

    Excelente producto

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  7. Daniel K.

    At first the battery seemed like a joke. But it really does improve after a few days to my surprise. As long as you are not constantly using your watch to send messages, browse things, etc. but just to track heart rate, gps track walks/work outs, receive notifications, control, music/calls on bluetooth headset, occasionally respond to messages, use Google Assistant to power on lights and nest, pay for cabs with Google pay, it lasts through a 10-12 hour work day with around 30% battery remaining. Since I take it off at night anyway, I guess its not a huge deal that the battery doesn’t last too long but would definitely be a welcome improvement. The design is really nice and I get a lot of compliments on it.

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