There are already a number of traditional analog watch makers that’ve gotten in on the smartwatch game, and now we can add another name to that list.
Michael Kors has introduced two new smartwatches, both of which are powered by Android Wear. They’re called the Bradshaw (above left) and the Dylan (above right), with the former looking like a traditional, classy watch and the latter looking a bit more like a fitness-focused device.
Both smartwatches run Android Wear and offer customizable watch faces, including exclusive Michael Kors faces. They’ve also got 1.4-inch 320x290 displays, Snapdragon Wear 2100 processors, 4GB of storage, 360mAh batteries, and interchangeable 22mm bands. The cases are IP67 rated for dust and water resistance and measure 44.5mm for the women’s style and 46mm for the men’s.
The Bradshaw and Dylan watches are now available and start at $350.
Michael Kors today also introduced an activity tracker called the Crosby. It includes features like step counting, calorie tracking, and sleep monitoring and offers integration with apps like UA Record, Jawbone UP, Apple HealthKit, and Google Fit. The Crosby offers water resistance, smartphone remote capabilities using the Michael Kors LINK feature, and a battery that’s rated to last up to four months.
The Crosby is now available for $95.