Michael Kors rolled out three new smartwatches at IFA 2019, the Michael Kors Access MKGO, Access Bradshaw 2 and Lexington 2. The Bradshaw 2 is focused for women like its previous version while Lexington 2 is a great option for men. The MKGO is a first ever sporty smartwatch from Michael Kors and is quite eye catching.

Michael Kors MKGO, Lexington 2 & Bradshaw 2

Michael Kors Access MKGO

MKGO is available in four different looks and is waterproof up to 30 meters. All models features a 43mm nylon case with an aluminum bezel and 20mm silicon straps. It is super slim measuring 7mm and boasts a 1.19 inch screen with 390 x 390 pixel resolution. Under the hood it has got Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 3100 processor along with 512MB RAM and 4GB of storage.

It runs on Google’s Wear OS so you can many features including notification alert, weather updates, music control, Google Pay, customizable watch faces, and various pre-installed apps like Spotify and Cardiogram for heart monitoring and access to Google Fit to track workouts.

As this is a sporty smartwatch you get here heart rate monitor, GPS and an onboard altimeter to track various sports, exercises and elevated activities too. You can also track swimming via third party apps. It has a battery life up to 36 hours and will be priced $295.

Michael Kors Access Lexington 2

The Lexington 2 is available in five different looks with 44mm stainless steel case and bezel. It is equipped with 1.28 inch AMOLED display with 328ppi resolution. It is 12mm thick and features 22mm straps.

It has all the features of MKGO along with built-in speaker. It has better performance than MKGO with 8GB of storage and 1GB RAM. Means you can store more apps and music and can take calls too. It gets power from a 310mAh battery which can last for a day and can last for few days with battery saver mode in a single charge. It starts with a price tag of $350  with the most expensive model at $425.

Michael Kors Access Bradshaw 2

The Bradshaw 2 has a more feminine design and comes in six different models. It boasts 1.28 inch AMOLED display with 328ppi resolution encased in a 44mm stainless steel case and bezels. It matches to Lexington 2 in terms of features including speaker and 1GB RAM. Bradshaw 2 also starts at $350 with most expensive model priced at $395.

MKGO and Lexington 2 are already available for sale and Bradshaw 2 will be available after a few weeks on September 25.


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