* Michael Kors just changed the smartwatch game
* Their new line mixes classic style and smartwatch tech
* Watches for men and women with different styles
Michael Kors just released a new line of smartwatches, and they’re a little different than the smartwatches we’ve gotten used to. Instead of looking hyper-futuristic and super casual, the new MK watches incorporate elements from classic watchmaking, which creates a unique modern-classic look you won’t find from other brands. They’re as great for a workout as they are for date night or a big meeting.
Below are four of our favorite picks from the new line, with options for every style.
1. Michael Kors Men’s Gold-Tone Hybrid Smartwatch
The Gage is a fully-functioning smartwatch disguised as a trendy gold-tone fashion statement. It works with Michael Kors’ Access app to track sleep, steps, distances, and calories, remotely control music, take selfies, and more.
Michael Kors Men's Gold-Tone Hybrid Smartwatch
2. Michael Kors Men’s Grayson Smartwatch
The voice-controlled Grayson smartwatch is a little more like a regular smartwatch with a real 1.39″ display that shows time, texts, workout stats, music, and even third-party apps. But while regular smartwatches are often a questionable fashion choice, this watch features a classic stainless steel dive look that elevates every outfit from casual wear to office attire.
Michael Kors Men's Grayson Smartwatch
3. Michael Kors Women’s Rose Gold-Tone Smartwatch
At first glance this watch looks like a classic rose gold-tone MK timepiece with a delicate crystal-set bezel, but it’s actually a capable piece of tech. Like the men’s watches it shows notifications and daily stats, and it also features Google Assistant for cutting-edge voice control.
Michael Kors Women's Rose Gold-Tone Smartwatch
4. Michael Kors Men’s Grayson Smartwatch (Black)
Our favorite men’s look from the new collection is the Grayson in black. We think it has just the right amount of classic sophistication, modern trendiness, and tech capabilities that a watch (smart or otherwise) should have in 2018.