Along with the pass-over of responsibilities and workings of the world from one generation to the other, the growing world also grows with technology. Innovations and inventions, rediscovering traditions and implementing to practice what is the best for not just us but the future make one wonder, is the technology we integrate into our lifestyles worth the time, efforts, and the hype?
It does not come as a surprise that the ones to adopt these technologies the first and welcome them are the Gen Z. The devices made for the future are made to suit the future, the generation taking over. Of course, that does not mean that others cannot use these technologies the same way or reap the same benefits, it just means that Gen Z is the generation that welcomes these new technologies with open arms more than the rest.
Smartwatches, for example, are devices focused on increasing productivity and enhancing healthcare routines, both mental and physical, while fitting into our daily lives with ease. The small screens on our wrists can do a lot of things from telling us our constant heart rate, blood pressure, and calories burned during an activity, give us reminders and so much more! The essence of taking away the most powerful device available to everyone, the smartphone, without taking away its productivity is the core of smartwatches, the idea is to take away the distractions.
What makes Gen Z crazy over these little screens, though?
Smartwatches are both affordable and productive. They offer us notifications and reminders about important dates and notifications, help us monitor our health, remind us to take care of ourselves with little reminders integrated into the interface and even help us take care of our hygienic needs in a better and more uniform way.
Smartwatches are not practical in just productivity either. They are stylish and a good smartwatch leaves a good impression on others too, in both personal and professional settings. Similarly, the best smartwatches in the segments that align with your requirements and areas of importance make it worth them enough to never go back to the old analog ones.
Some smartwatches are all-rounders, such as Hammer Pulse 2.0 and 3.0, that offer a smooth touch and even smoother flow of small animations to give you a premium feel of software along with that the quality of materials used to make the sturdy watch. The best smartwatches also work as fitness bands, and thus, so do Hammer smartwatches, with sensors ranging from oxygen meters to body temperature sensors to keep one ready for all situations and illnesses.
These watches also come with a warranty of 6 months and IP67 waterproof ratings, with a range of colors to give the customers the choice they deserve. Many companies fail to do so, along with their attempts to be transparent about possibilities and products, unlike Hammer with a range of products that would suit the needs of all generations and ages. All of this, with a budget in mind, whether it is under 3,500Rs. or 3,000Rs.
Gen Z, as the first adopters of new technology, understands that smartwatches are the technology of the future, and so they are adopting the device more fervently than the rest.