Cash Smartwatch Could be Your New Financial Advisor; Rolling Out Soon

September 26, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are in an age where gadgets are just adding up to the smartness element. When it comes to smartwatches, the term ‘smart’ has been confined to mostly fitness and connectivity with your smartphones.

The flurry of smartwatches boasting the smartness feature has even led some to believe that there exist smart watches that flaunt ultra smartness despite lacking the fitness tracking features or connectivity.

The newly launched ‘Cash smartwatch’ could be the one people would want. More than just smart, it is cash smart, and would be apt for those who stay worried when it comes to expenditure.

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Even if you are not bothered, it’s always good to wrap a watch that tracks your income and expenses to keep money outflow within limits.

All you need to do is to calculate your budget and feed them in your Cash Smartwatch.

The next time you plan to spend money on something, your smartwatch would display whether it is a right move.

You can feed your monthly expenses for each category, be it medical, food or your normal shopping budgets.

Cross your limit or come close to your monthly expenditure limit, and the Cash Smartwatch would alert you right from your wrist.

Never assume these to be notifications from your financial advisor, as the message displayed is akin to what a caring friend would tell you.

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The smartwatch doesn’t lack in good appearance either. The 1.54-inch capacitive touch screen can be paired up with three interchangeable straps that come in the patterned shades of white, black and silver. Plus, you have a stylus provided for easy data entry.

Cash smartwatch has been given life by Nicole Lapin and will be made available for purchase via online e-commerce HSN probably starting next week.

The device comes with a price tag of $139 and primarily focuses on women between 18 and 34.

Seems legit indeed, that’s where the need for restraining the expenses is at its peak.

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