Unannounced Misfit Vapor 2 revealed in full on web store

The Misfit Vapor 2 hasn’t been announced yet, but it looks like the successor to the original Misfit Vapor could be coming very soon, as a couple of retailers already have it listed.

Most of the details come from Dutch retailer Coolblue, in a listing spotted by Reddit users, and they reveal that the Misfit Vapor 2 apparently has a 1.42-inch display and a 454 x 454 resolution.

The case is said to be 46mm wide and 13mm thick, while the strap is 20mm. That would mean a larger screen in a slightly slimmer body than the original Misfit Vapor. However, there’s also a listing at Nordstrom for a version with a 390 x 390 screen, a 41mm width and a 12mm thickness, so the Misfit Vapor 2 might land in two sizes.

The listings also include pictures of the Vapor 2, so you can see that it looks similar to the original, but with a bigger crown and seemingly smaller bezels.

A health and fitness upgrade

Features apparently include GPS and a heart rate monitor, which is no surprise since this watch is made by Fossil, and all its latest watches – such as the Fossil Q Explorist HR and Emporio Armani Connected (2018) – have those features. And, while not mentioned, it’s likely the Misfit Vapor 2 also has NFC, since that's another feature of recent Fossil watches.

Other things that are mentioned include a battery life of up to two days, and 5ATM water resistance, so you should be able to take your Misfit Vapor 2 swimming.

The Misfit Vapor 2 is priced at €230 (around $265 / £200 / AU$370) with a silicone band or €250 (roughly $290 / £220 / AU$405) with a metal one. That would make it slightly more expensive than the $199.99 / £185 / AU$279.59 Misfit Vapor, although the actual price won’t be an exact conversion.

The listings don’t give an exact release date, only saying the watch is 'coming soon’, but as it's now appeared on multiple stores we’d expect the details to be more or less accurate.

Via: Phone Arena and 9to5Google

James Rogerson

James is a freelance phones, tablets and wearables writer and sub-editor at TechRadar. He has a love for everything ‘smart’, from watches to lights, and can often be found arguing with AI assistants or drowning in the latest apps. James also contributes to 3G.co.uk, 4G.co.uk and 5G.co.uk and has written for T3, Digital Camera World, Clarity Media and others, with work on the web, in print and on TV.