Vector smartwatches are now on sale

30 day battery life smartwatch collection from former Timex CEO
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The Vector Luna and Meridian smartwatches, unveiled earlier this year at Baselworld 2015, are now available to buy.

Customers in the UK can head to Vector's online store to purchase one of the smartwatches with certain models and sizes shipping as soon as 30 September with others to follow by the end of October.

The Vector core smartwatch collection, as the company is calling it, consists of two smartwatches - both packing a bespoke OS and similar tech - with very different designs.

Read this: Our Vector smartwatch review

The Vector Luna features a round-faced design, and comes in Classic, Performance and Contemporary versions, while the Meridian goes for a square faced look.

The Vector watches shun a touchscreen in favour of a three button control setup that handles the navigation, and it's the Memory LCD (think e-paper) display that enables the impressive 30 days of battery life.

Vector is the brainchild of former Timex CEO Joe Santana, who has brought in Steve Jarvis, the man behind the (ugly) Timex Ironman, but also a former design chief at Nike. The team is completed by CTO Andrei Pitis.

Santana said: "Since our launch in March our team have been working very hard to perfect the Vector devices. We want to ensure our customers receive the best smartwatch we can deliver, and we feel confident that the finished product will exceed their expectations."

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The square-faced Vector Meridian costs £219 and up, and the round-faced Lunar starts at £349.

The designs boast nato leather or nylon straps, and have a matte black stainless steel or brushed gun metal stainless steel casing.

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