Yes, you can watch live stream from the camera on your phone in real-time. And, Yes, you can place this phone on your wrist using an accessory, so you can keep a close eye on what it captures throughout the shoot. Thus, the third-party wearable viewing screen is basically not needed. If, of course, you don't need to take your action shots in the water, at what point Removu R1+ will definitely serve you better.
The wrist worn remote control with an integrated display, the device allows you to watch real-time footage from Your GoPro and monitor his work while he sits on your helmet, handlebars or any other place of attachment. You know, similar to wearing a phone on your wrist. Except, of course, this comes in a waterproof shell, allowing you to take it while you shoot your kayaking, fishing, or snorkeling adventure without risking water damage.
The Removu R1 + has a two-inch LCD screen with 432 x 240 resolution, giving you a reasonably-Sized display for live feed viewing without weighing your wrist the way a modern smartphone does. It can be connected directly to your GoPro via Wi-Fi too, so there's no need to use a smartphone app that lets you leave your phone in the car while you're wet and dirty in the wild. More than a display viewer, it's also a remote that allows you to start and stop recording wherever you are, complete with an self-timer feature that delays the shutter release so you can get in the shot frame before you start capturing.
Want to review all the material currently stored on the SD card of your GoPro? It also supports this, so you can play any video to check if you got the picture you want. Whether it's a specific photo or video, you can quickly check out post-action to see if you need to rebuild that scene where you slam your head-first into a tree. Yes, we hope that you will not need to change this one.
Removu R1 + has an enclosure that is IPX7-rated for waterproofing, which means it can be submerged in up to 3.3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes without incident. While it doesn't make it suitable for diving, it allows it to be perfectly viable for most other water sports, be it surfing, rafting or throwing a pool at a bunch of your drunken friends. According to the outfit, it's also reinforced against shock, so you don't have to worry about breaking it after a minor fight on the trail.
It comes with its own bracelet, so you can wear it like a giant watch, albeit with a live band of what's in the frame of your GoPro, rather than telling the time, as well as a case to dock it on any GoPro-compatible mount. Features include a battery rating of three hours of continuous streaming playback, a size of 2.1 x 2.8 x 0.7 inches (height x width x depth), and compatibility all, basically from hero3 and up.