Skagen falster 2 smartwatch review

Shahriar Siam

Skagen has a strong notoriety as a producer of insignificantly styled watches, with the first Skagen Falster stopping people in their tracks in 2018.

A minor year later, and we end up with the Skagen Falster 2 - quick to pull in the two hearts and brains with something other than a pretty face.

It's still a long way from great, yet as a tasteful looking smartwatch for the recognizing fashionista, it's difficult to blame its looks and levels of solace. Here's our full decision on the Skagen Falster 2 and what works and doesn't work for the smartwatch.


Display Technology AMOLED
Screen Size 1.3
Charging Mode Wireless
Battery Life Up to 1 Day
Operating System Wear OS
Model Falster 3
Brand Skagen
Internal Memory 8 GB
Ram 1 GB


Using a little plan, the smartwatch's completely round presentation is currently 40mm, down from the Skagen Falster's 42mm size. It's additionally 1mm more slender than the first watch, so it feels appropriately smooth to hold. You'll before long overlook you're wearing it, that is the way lightweight it is.

The watch we were sent had the dark silicone lash which feels somewhat modest to the touch yet mixes in pleasantly with whatever you're wearing. There's additionally no concern of sweat causing it an issue as it's very tough.

The Skagen Falster 2 has three fastens as an afterthought. The bigger center catch is a turning crown that is utilized to open up your applications menu, just as look through choices.


There are additionally two different catches that can be set as alternate ways. Naturally, one is set to modify the shade of the watch face, while different opens Google Fit. We'd prescribe quickly transforming one to Google Pay for comfort.

As referenced, there's the decision of watch ties at buy, yet you're a long way from tied in here. The watch has all inclusive fittings for watch ties so you can trade it to anything that you want to wear.

That is a reviving change when such a significant number of smartwatch makers tie you into exclusive lashes. The silicone lash utilizes a regular watch clasp so it's not in the slightest degree fiddly to put on your wrist.

For style reasons however, we'd suggest the attractive tie for those that need to utilize the Skagen Falster 2 on a night out, yet the silicone tie is perfect for increasingly dynamic clients.

The back has an optical pulse screen which stands out somewhat yet it's not really perceptible when wearing it. That is additionally where the attractive puck goes for charging the smartwatch.


The Skagen Falster 2's screen summarizes a great deal about the watch - it's direct in its viability. Its screen is a 1.19-inch round AMOLED with a 320 x 320 goals.

That is a marginally lower goals than some smartwatches in this value band offer (like the Michael Kors Access Runway) however the showcase despite everything looks splendid and clear being used.

With a watch face distance across of 40mm, it's littler than any semblance of the biggest Apple Watch 4 however this suits the lightweight idea of the watch.

The bezel around the screen is very thick and something that will stand apart more on lighter hued watch ties. On a dark silicone tie, be that as it may? It mixes in well, and basically causes the watch to feel somewhat chunkier and sturdier than its weight recommends.

Wear OS makes it simple to switch between watch faces. Simply press and hang on your watch face to change between various alternatives. On account of the Skagen Falster 2, decisions are viable yet moderate. There's no over the top allure or marvelousness here. All the watch faces are tied in with arriving at the point and it's an invite thing to see.

Specs and interface

The Skagen Falster 2 is fueled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset. That is a three-year-old chipset that has been utilized in a great deal of more established smartwatches throughout the years.

While once it implied that swiping through Wear OS was sensibly rapid, log jam is beginning to turn out to be increasingly obvious. Slack isn't as uncommon as it ought to be, with the watch responding drowsily on occasion.

Somewhere else, you have a genuinely standard Wear OS experience. Straight out of the container, there's an update to the most recent Wear OS which is negligible and smooth looking (consequently perfect for this watch) with changes to cautions meaning they no longer take up the entire screen.

You can without much of a stretch swipe on the home screen in any of the four headings as well, so as to get to warnings, settings, Google Fit, and a feed that gives you data on forthcoming arrangements and whatever else Google Assistant feels would be useful. It's reliable if not as quick to stack as some may like.

All the more critically, the Skagen Falster 2 has all the center highlights we'd anticipate from a smartwatch nowadays. There's NFC so Google Pay takes seconds to set up, worked in GPS, just as pulse following.

Like clockwork, your pulse is naturally followed, or you can decide to set it off by means of Google Fit. Try not to be shocked when battery life is a little lower when normally utilizing the pulse screen and GPS.

The Skagen Falster 2 is additionally swim-verification up to 30 meters. That is likewise where having a silicone tie proves to be useful, keeping the watch additional lightweight when you're in the water.


Like with any Wear OS smartwatch, the Skagen Falster 2 will serve Android telephone proprietors the best. You despite everything need to keep the Wear OS application running out of sight of an iOS gadget to get notices, and you unquestionably won't have the option to associate with iMessage or a SMS through it.

Criticism from Google Fit is constrained too for iPhone proprietors. In a perfect world, you have to utilize outsider applications like Strava to appropriately follow your exercise. For Android proprietors, the Google Fit telephone application will do all that they could need and that's just the beginning.

This isn't only the situation with the Skagen Falster 2, obviously, yet it's significant for iOS proprietors considering any Wear OS watch. It will work, yet not exactly as successfully as though they're blending it with an Android telephone.

In any event Google applications like Gmail take into account answers directly from your wrist whether you have an iOS or Android telephone, in addition to there's help for both Apple and Google Calendar. Google Pay works consistently as well and is an enormous bit of leeway in sparing you from conveying bank cards any place you go.


Highlights shrewd, the Skagen Falster 2 has everything the vigorous among us are probably going to need. Its pulse screen tracks your pulse like clockwork or at the pinch of a catch when utilizing Google Fit. In our tests, it was on a standard with the Apple Watch 4 as well, with just slight disparities.

The implicit GPS is additionally generally very powerful in spite of the fact that we ran into one minor issue when visiting a little shop. While the Apple Watch kept on following us, the Skagen Falster 2 lost its sign and neglected to screen that short separation.

Without a doubt, a great many people utilizing it for wellness purposes won't fly into a shop for a tricky bar of chocolate yet it's as yet not perfect in a smartwatch of this sort.

When swimming, the Skagen Falster 2 barely thinks twice in any case, and that silicone tie truly is helpful for getting dry a while later.

All wellness following is directed basically by means of Google Fit yet iOS proprietors would be astute to introduce two or three outsider wellness applications for additional usefulness.

Google Fit uses Move Minutes and Heart Points to follow how you perform, and it's a clear idea to make sense of. Physically followed exercises can likewise be set up, in spite of the fact that the watch is entirely acceptable at watching out for what you're doing.

As a wellness watch, it's not exactly as dependable as a devoted arrangement, (for example, one of Garmin's contributions), however it's optimal in case you're quick to blend style and wellness.

Battery life

The Skagen Falster 2 uses a 300mAh battery which is totally fine and that's it. Expect simply under a day of utilization accepting a blend of GPS following, pulse checking, and other day by day exercises. Clearly, your mileage will differ however except if you scarcely utilize the watch, you'll have to energize this each night.

Charging is simple enough gratitude to the now customary attractive charging puck supported by all smartwatches, however you truly are going to think twice about it in the event that you overlook one night.

There is a battery saver mode, yet it limits things to the degree that it ruins the purpose of having a full smartwatch. All things considered, in case you're alright with simply the absolute minimum, it can get you through a taxing day from your charger.

Any semblance of the Apple Watch 4 looks better with regards to battery life, albeit so it should given the heftier sticker price.


Pros Cons
Stylish design Mediocre battery life
Very lightweight Old chipset
Useful features Occasional GPS inaccuracy


The Skagen Falster 2 resembles a genuinely unassuming smartwatch, and that is a quality. It implies it fits into your life sensibly well, coordinating any style of yours, and without feeling like you're burdened by a powerful watch on your wrist.