- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 11.5 x 8.5 cm ; 177 g
- 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: FTW2109
- ASIN: B01BTTVKXG
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 26 September 2016
- Average Customer Review: 96 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,306 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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- Stay connected with display notifications for texts, calls, emails, and app updates. Control your music on your favorite music player through Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud, GooglePlay, iTunes, or Apple Music.
- With built-in activity tracking, you can track your everyday accomplishments including steps, distance, and calories burned.
- Fit your style with customizable watch faces and interchangable straps - compatible with all Fossil brand 22mm straps.
- Use the built-in microphone and speaker to do a variety of tasks on your Android smartwatch using just your voice.
- Stay charged for up to 1 day (based on usage) with the wireless conductive magnetic charger. Compatible with Android Devices 4.3+ and iOS 8+ / iPhone 5+.
- To reset the watch:Open the Fossil Q app and from the app's main menu, open the Device settings. Disconnect the watch from the app and go to the phone's Bluetooth settings to forget or unpair the old watch.On the back of the watch, gently press the On/Off button and release after you feel 2 separate vibrations.
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|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Width||22 Millimeters|
|Case Diameter||45 Millimeters|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Thickness||14 Millimeters|
|Item Weight||177 Grams|
|Water Resistance Depth||30 Meters|
|Warranty Description||2 Years International Warranty|
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Introducing our slimmest smartwatch to date: Q Marshal is our newest digital display watch that connects seamlessly to your phone. Strapped in polished silver stainless steel, the tech-savvy dial with touchscreen functionality includes customizable faces. This handsome timepiece tracks everything from daily steps to calories. Notifications alert you of incoming calls and texts. Use the built-in microphone and speaker to do a variety of tasks on your Android smartwatch using just your voice. Stay charged for up to 1 day (based on usage) with the wireless conductive magnetic charger. From customizable watch faces to interchangeable straps, it s easy to tell time the smarter way with Q Marshal.
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|Gen 2 Touchscreen||Gen 2 Hybrid|
|Control your Music||✓||✓|
|Microphone + Speaker||✓|
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Despite all the technology that goes into them, smartwatches are, essentially, pieces of jewelry that are an expression of your tastes as much as they are a way to tell time. And, with most Android Wear smartwatches running the same software with the same processor, a lot hinges on the look of the watch itself. As befitting its heritage, Fossil smartwatches such as the Q Marshal place an emphasis on looks rather than specs. This wouldn't be such a bad thing — if Fossil got the looks right.
1) Design: So good, but so bad :
Not made for small wrists, the Q Marshal has a large, 45-millimeter case that's 0.55 inches thick, but otherwise it offers an attractive design that's strong yet graceful.
Similar to the Samsung S3 Frontier, the top of the Q Marshal' has a scalloped edge, which adds a little visual interest to the brushed stainless-steel case. Unlike the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier, though, the bezel does not rotate.
"The biggest disappointment has to be the Q Marshal's display."
For that matter, neither does the crown, a very curious — and frustrating — design decision. While you can press the crown's button to get to the Settings menu, the ridged edges of the crown practically invite you to give it a spin, which makes not being able to do so unsatisfying.
The biggest disappointment, though, has to be the Q Marshal's display. For a second-generation smartwatch — and for one that places such an emphasis on style — the "flat tire" screen, where the bottom portion is sliced off, is a real letdown. Apart from the aesthetics, it actually compromises many of the otherwise attractive watch faces. For example, the 6 on some of the faces is cut in half.
The Q Marshal's resolution of 360 x 300 pixels is roughly the same as the Gear S3's, but the latter's AMOLED display, coupled with a smaller size (1.4 inches vs. 1.3 inches) makes text and watch faces look crisper, brighter and more colorful. The LG Watch Sport's 1.38-inch P-OLED display has a higher resolution than both, at 480 x 480 pixels. Did I mention the Gear S3 and the LG Watch also have fully round displays, too?
Similar to the S3 Frontier and LG Watch Sport, the Q Marshal is IP67-rated to withstand being submerged in 1 meter (about 3 feet) of water for up to 30 minutes. The Apple Watch Series 2, however, can be dunked to a depth of 164 feet (50 m).
3) Not Much Inside
Like most new smartwatches, the Q Marshal is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of flash memory. It also has Bluetooth 4.1 and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, but that's about it.
Unlike the Gear S3 Frontier, the Q Marshal lacks a heart rate monitor, GPS and a cellular radio. It even lacks NFC, so you can't use it for mobile payments.
4) Android Wear 2.0
The Q Marshal runs the second generation of Google's Android Wear operating system. This version has some nice improvements over Android Wear 1.0, but also demonstrates just how far the platform needs to go.
On the plus side, Android Wear 2.0 supports always-on screens, so you don't have to move your wrist to wake the display just to tell the time. The OS also makes it easy to change the watch face. Simply swipe left or right, and you can pick another face. It's almost too convenient, however — too often, I would inadvertently change the watch face when I wanted to look for an app.
Other benefits include the ability to download apps directly to the watch, rather than having to use the Android Wear manager on your smartphone. While not all Android Wear apps are available to download this way, some is better than none. And, if you're using the Q Marshal with an iPhone, this is the only way to get apps on the watch.
While Android Wear 2.0 brings increased compatibility with iPhone owners, it's unlikely to win any Apple Watch converts. While you can use the watch to read emails and notifications, you can't respond to anything.
5) Battery Life : You'll need to take the wireless charger if you plan to travel overnight, as the Q Marshal will only make it through a day on a charge.
I like that Fossil has shrunk the charger from the unwieldy pillow-like one found with the original Q Founder to a small disk. While the magnets that hold the wireless charger in place could be stronger, it's much more convenient to carry on trips. And you'll need it if you plan to travel overnight, as the Q Marshal, like pretty much every other smartwatch I've tested, will only make it through a day.
6) Bottom Line
I could live with a smartwatch that didn't have all the latest features, like GPS and a cellular connection. But you have to get the basics right, and on that front, the Q Marshal's screen drags the rest of the watch down with it. If you like the look of Fossil's watches, wait until the fall for the Q Venture or the Q Explorist. The Q Marshal, however, just doesn't tick.
This particular model has a really good weight to it that feels good wrapped around your wrist, without suffocating it or creating that irritating itch after long hours of wear. The links in the chain and everything else feels really tight and cohesive altogether. I also have to say that, after having to remove a few links, this watch fits me better/tighter than any watch I've worn before--non smart watches included.
THE GOOD :
@ Attractive case
@ Comes with metal and leather straps
@ Small wireless charger
@ "Flat tire" display looks bad
@ Lacks GPS, NFC, heart rate monitor
@ Crown does not rotate
@ Bit bulky
@ No fast charging
The Fossil Q Marshal smartwatch places its emphasis on looks, but doesn't even get that right.
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1. Battery lasts less than a day
2. The display conked off within six months - and it took over a week for them to send it to a service center and fix it
3. The killer is this: the face is scratched, but there's no way to replace the front face only - I need to replace the entire innards!