From watchbands to tempered glass protectors, we have your accessories covered for the (super stylish) Fossil Q.
Fossil’s Q series smartwatches come in two styles: the digital display Q Founder and the more traditional Q Grant. The brand also released two stylish and functional bracelets, called the Q Reveler and Q Dreamer — fitness trackers that come in a variety of styles.
No matter what device is on your wrist, you’ll want to some accessories to protect your investment, or customize your Fossil Q smartwatch to take your sense of style to the next level.
Tempered glass screen protector
Tempered glass is often known as safety glass– and for good reason! Screens covered with a tempered glass protector are more resistant to breakage than they would be with a standard one. That’s why this Fossil Q Founder screen protector is perfect.
Designed to fit edge-to-edge with bubble-free application, this screen protector will cost you around $18 on Amazon for the tempered glass option (and around $13 for the crystal clear and anti-glare protectors.)
Both the Q Founder and Q Grant smartwatches are compatible with 22-millimeter watchbands, so don’t forget to browse for your perfect color and style combination!
Fossil Q activity trackers
If you really want to get the full experience from Fossil’s dynamic new wearable devices, then check out the brand’s activity tracker. Functional and unbelievably stylish (think the classic-ness of Tiffany’s with the fashion-forward flare of Marc Jacobs), Fossil’s Q Dreamer and Reveler pieces look like bracelets, but function like an activity tracker.
How does it work? Well, the band receives filtered notifications and tracks everything from steps to calories, while cueing you to complete “creative weekly curiosity challenges.”
If you find the Q Reveler or Q Dreamer are more your bags, you can also swap out those bands as well for any 12-millimeter band.
What’s your favorite Fossil Q accessory?
Because the Fossil Q smartwatches are newer products, there aren’t a ton of exciting accessories to go along with the device… Yet!
This article was first seen on AndroidCentral