Fossil Updates Their “Q” Smartwatch Line at CES 2016

After successfully launching wearables last fall, Fossil continues on the path again this year at CES with their newest addition to their collection, the Q54 Pilot.

Fossil's Q54 Pilot smartwatch. (PRNewsFoto/Fossil)

Available with a variety of colorful new straps and an updated Fossil Q companion app features, the Fossil Q line itself features an excellent design, expert craftsmanship and all of the things that you’d expect from a watch brand with such a good reputation as Fossil. The Q54 Pilot extends the Fossil Q line to three watches: the Q Founder, Q Grant, and now the Q54 Pilot itself. Also on the activity tracker side, there are two models, the Q reveler and the Q Dreamer.

“As a brand, we are really proud and excited about the initial response to Fossil Q wearables—to date it has exceeded our expectations. Given that, we are more committed than ever to bring our design expertise as watchmakers into the wearable technology space,” said Jill Elliott-Sones, chief creative officer at Fossil. “Today at CES, we are thrilled to show off the next generation of Fossil Q wearables and look forward to introducing CES to the playful and curious world of Fossil.”

Fossil's Q54 Pilot smartwatch. (PRNewsFoto/Fossil)

Fossil’s Q54 Pilot smartwatch. (PRNewsFoto/Fossil)

Retailing in the Spring ranging from $175-$215 depending on the model, the non-display smartwatch is a fashionable take on allowing you to receive color-coded and/or buzz notifications from your favorite apps or contacts. But it’s more than just that as you can track your steps as well as count your calories burned with the included weekly curiosity challenges. Compatible with Android and iOS operating systems, you can expect to see the newest addition to the Fossil Q line soon! For more information head over to

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