Wednesday , October 24 2018 Ausdroid » News » Misfit Vapor with Android Wear is available at JB Hifi for $297

There’s another Android Wear option in Australia with JB Hifi selling the Misfit Vapor in their stores for $297.

The Misfit Vapor is the companies first Android Wear watch and comes with a bunch of great specs. The Misfit Vapor is running Android Wear 2.0, and comes with a removable 20mm watch band which you can replace with one more suited to your tastes.

Powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC and paired with 4GB of memory, the watch includes a 1.39″ fully round 450×450 resolution AMOLED display. The watch has a bunch of sensors built-in including an accelerometer, altimeter, heart rate sensor, but not GPS (it has connected GPS – so it uses your phones GPS). The watch has 50m water resistance, and a built-in mic but no speaker.

The watch is available in both Black and Rose Blue, so if you’re in the market for a new watch, head into a JB Hifi near you.

Source: JB Hifi.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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D DT
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sweet dude, thanks for telling us, that is one of the many that i wanted to get a closer look at

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It does not have NFC. Seems like this watch is towing the line between functionality and wear-ability for the sports minded. Why can’t they just see we want NFC for mobile payments so we don’t have to get a massive phone out.

Joshua Hill
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If it’s a sports minded watch the lack of GPS is a far bigger omission in my opinion than NFC.

Crazysurfanz
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But does it have NFC?

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