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Its already pretty hard to keep track of all the wearables across Fossil’s various brands. Add to this the Kate Spade New York Scallop and Skagen Falster, both announced at CES 2018.
Powered by Android Wear 2.0, the Scallop is Kate Spade New York’s first touchscreen smartwatch. As its name implies, the $325 timepiece comes with a scalloped pink IP case and polished stainless-steel five-link bracelet.
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This all about style. Coming in three distinct designs, the watch offers adorable novelty and classic 41mm display dials to fit your look. Notifications and social media updates feature some pretty nifty animations. You can even see the weather on the 1.2-inch AMOLED display.
In terms of other specs, you get some fitness tracking basics but no heart rate tracking. Battery life is around 24 hours. With shipping expected for February 1, the smartwatch can be pre-ordered on Kate Spade‘s website.
More of the same with the Falster smartwatch. This one comes in a modern, minimalist design with a 42mm stainless steel case that is in keeping with other Skagen watches. This is the Dutch company’s first Android Wear device.
Starting at $275, the Falster touchscreen smartwatch will be available from January 25th. It comes in four colorways: black leather, silver mesh, gold mesh and brown leather, all with a black digital touchscreen.
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There is nothing particularly new about either of these two products. Its all about the design and brand.
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