The age of wearable tech, despite its many popular grievances, is beginning to dawn. The newest entrant in the ever-growing line of music-centric wearables comes from Berlin startup Lofelt, which presented its newest product at this year's SXSW by co-founders Daniel Büttner and Gwydion ap Dafydd - both former major players at Ableton and Native Instruments. Since then, the unique watch has earned a heap of praise and has well surpassed its initial funding stage on Kickstarter - with more than a month left to go.

The simple design only requires that the user connect the "Sender" piece to the connective headphone port of the device they use. The manual input the sound isn't distorted, which is important considering how much more bass the user will feel through the watch piece. With upwards of six hours of continuous rechargeable battery life, the LoSound engine in the watch operates at very low frequencies - between 10-250 Hz. This simulates the live concert experience, which can be used both for music, video games, or whatever the user wishes it.

Check out a preview for the gear below and head to the Kickstarter campaign page for more details.