Featuring a stylish design and a cord-free earbuds, the Gear IconX was designed to help you listen to your favourite music – making your daily commute more enjoyable and helping you get more from your listening experience.
Join us and discover a snapshot of an average day with the Gear IconX.
Sunday, we meet again
Time to get up and start another week off on the right track. Once ready, glance toward your Gear IconX and let’s go.
On the metro
Maybe it’s going to be a long metro ride but the Gear IconX will be there for you! Its earbuds work as standalone media players when you upload music from your phone. Now you’re good to go. And if you do need your phone nearby, Gear IconX connects via Bluetooth.
Time for work
When the office is almost too loud and you need your breakout moment, music can deliver that much-needed relief. Gear IconX’s long battery life makes sure the music keeps going with up to 7 hours of playback*. When you’re done, just pop the earbuds back into their case to get a full charge. And with its Quick Charging capabilities, you can enjoy up to an hour of use with just a 10-minute charge.
There’s nothing like a good workout to decompress after a long day and the Gear IconX is your perfect partner. When Gear IconX’s Auto Tracking mode detects walking or jogging, it logs your time, distance, and calories burned.
To stay focused while running, long press to start the built-in Running Coaching feature. Afterwards, sync your Gear IconX with the S Health app on your phone to log your progress.
After the workout
It’s time to check S Health to view the Gear IconX’s collected measurements. Mission
accomplished; burned-calorie and heart-rate reports are one tap away from you.
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*Actual battery life and charging time may vary and depend on usage conditions.
Up to 7 hours if the Gear IconX was not connected to Bluetooth and up to 5 hours if connected.
The wearable sports tech information provided in the article is of a general nature and cannot substitute for professional coach or clinician advice. Always seek the advice of your clinician with any questions you may have in order to train smart and avoid overdoing or overexerting sports performances.