This Watch Keeps Your Earbuds Safe From Your Klutz Tendencies

This year, you’re resolving to do your life the way it has never been done before: organized. And while we don’t believe you in the least bit, we’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and offer a little helping hand. This Interepro Smartwatch with Bluetooth Earbuds is not only a sick Smartwatch, but it also has a little handy surprise to keep your life a little more tidy.

So, let’s get down to business with the Interepro Smartwatch. Perfect for, well, basically everyone who can tell time (sorry to all the toddlers out there), this timepiece is all-encompassing and packaged up as your new best buddy. Since it’s Bluetooth compatible, the watch pairs with your earbuds so that you can listen to your favorite tunes or podcasts on the go.

Speaking of sound, we are 100% sure you have no idea where your earbuds are (we know the week between Christmas and the new year made you lose track of everything including time and space, it’s fine). This watch has the perfect solution to your quandary. The earbuds are, wait for it, inside the watch. No joke, just lift up the face of the watch and find little pods for you to use whenever the mood strikes. Just stick them back in when they need to charge and you’re on your way to being more organized than ever before (that’s a lie, your life has been in shambles and the hot mess express probably won’t hit the station in 2022).

Beyond the cool secret compartment, this baby does everything you’d expect from a Smartwatch, including monitoring your health and daily activities using 12 different functions like checking heart rate and blood oxygen. For up to seven days on one charge you can be the healthiest schmuck in your friend group (just don’t blow it on the eighth day, eye on the New Year’s resolution prize).

Get the Interepro Smartwatch with Bluetooth Earbuds, which includes two earplug protective sleeves, a pair of 5X earbuds, silicone strap, magnetic charging cable, and user manual, for $86.99 (Reg. $182).

Prices subject to change.


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