Launching via Kickstarter on June 10, the Modillian Bluetooth watch strap buckle aims to make your fine timepiece "smart." It won't let you install apps, or give your watch a camera, but it does connect to your smartphone and can be programmed with custom vibrating alerts to let you know when a message comes in, and from what application.
The folks at Modillian know that many people want style and functionality. The current crop of smartwatches look very much like smartwatches, and while some of us appreciate the look there are as many who don't.
The Modillian is set to be priced at $200 and won't work with a metal bracelet — for now. Modellian says if this product is successful they will introduce new models that will address this.
What do you think? Would you spend $200 to make your Patek or B&M a little smarter? Let us know in the comments.