The sWaP Classic is available in black and the robust stainless steel construction ensures that it is ideal for day to day activities such as travelling and sporting pursuits.
The sWaP Classic features a USB port which is located on one side of the watch body. The supplied USB cable may then be inserted and connected at the other end to either the supplied mains charger for charging of the battery provided, or connection to a PC for the simple transfer of music, video or still images and data.
As with all current sWaP products, the Classic is not network restricted and so operates across all networks with the exception of 3. Tri-Band connectivity allows users to make and receive calls in high clarity, whether through the in-built speakerphone, wired headphones or pairing any standard bluetooth device which also includes the bluetooth headset as provided.
The Classic features a 450mAh lithium-ion polymer battery, providing users with up to 110 hours of standby time and 200 minutes of talk time. The battery takes around an hour to fully charge and is encased with a stainless steel backplate for easy insertion and secure positioning.
The Classic includes a 2Gb Micro SD card as standard and is expandable to 4Gb if required, enabling users to install all contacts, music, movies and pictures with ease, whilst leaving plenty of memory for future use or simply to store various files as a portable storage device.
There is a tremendous selection of additional features including 25 ringtones (as well as the option to upload 5 of personal choice), seven profile settings including flight mode, a stopwatch and alarm function. The sWaP Classic also includes a telescopic mini stylus which is neatly contained within the side of the device and will assist with dialing and text messaging.
Other day to day functions include a calender, calculater, to-do list and WAP internet access.
The Classic is not fixed to any contract or limited to specific network providers, allowing users to take full advantage of the flexibility in receiving and making calls with either their existing SIM cards or by the purchasing of a pay as you go SIM.