Unlike common wrist watches, Matrix Powerwatch doesn’t depend on kinetic, automatic, or solar technologies to refill its energy supplies. It doesn’t need to connect like other smartwatches. Rather, it combines a distinctive thermoelectric power generator that harnesses the temperature difference from the other side of the watch that’s pressing your skin to the front part of the watch, which makes use of heatsinks under the steel casing, to produce useful power. It is super efficient and practical.
To put it simply, so long as there’s a heat difference between your body temperature and the environment is present, the Matrix Powerwatch keep on producing power. It takes that power and holds it in a built-in battery, with the produced amount accessible to view at all times by means of a power meter functionality. As for the watch on its own, it is offered in a Suunto-style container cut in aircraft-grade light weight aluminum so it should endure rugged use and water resistance as much as 50 meters.