The adidas-owned running platform Runtastic has released its first wearable: the Runtastic Moment. There are variety of activity-tracking watches on the market, but the Moment has a little bit more to offer than the rest.
The watch comes with standard activity-tracking capabilities, such as the ability to count steps, calories burned and monitor sleep cycles. The Runtastic Moment however is waterproof up to 300 feet, which means you can wear the watch while swimming. Many activity-tracking watches are not waterproof, and separate swim-tracking devices are required. Although the Moment does not track swimming, Runtastic hopes to develop newer versions that will.
The Moment's battery life is also noteworthy and can last for up to six months, which is much longer than competing watches. The watch can also pair with Bluetooth to relay information through Android and iPhone apps.