What can you wear with anything and always keep it classy, a watch. The watch is an iconic piece that stands out and gives you a touch of style. Now with wearables the watch has evolved into a piece that holds daily information besides time.
After a couple of years of some innovation there’s finally some wearable pieces that will make any look stand out.
1. The recently announced Fossil Q wearable line
Fossil is making sure design comes first with this line of wearables. The best part all of the Fossil Q wearables support both iOS and Android.
Let’s start with the upcoming Q Founder
The most expensive on the list but with a price of $275 you’re getting an awesome smart watch. It will run on AndroidWear and work side and side with the Fossil Q app which is available on Andorid and iOS. It will have 2 options including a leather wrist and a metal band.
This is an awesome addition to the wearable game. If you love the analog watch look you can still have some functionality of a wearable in a classic fossil package.
Receive filtered notifications from your favorite contacts and track everything from steps to calories all while completing weekly curiosity challenges.
The Q Revealer/Dreamer
Fossil takes you back to a very basic activity track but brings it in a classic Fossil look. With the genuine leather and the Fossil accents it could be a nice little addition to your wrist.
2. The Moto 360
This is the watch that had some iOS users wanting to switch to Android. It was the first smartwatch to bring the round look to wearables and now it’s on the second generation.
Starting at $299 the Moto 360 is a full-fledged android smartwatch. The 360 has features such as a customizable face, ambient light sensor, access to apps from Google Play, and the ability to listen to music wirelessly without your phone.
3. The Apple Watch
The apple watch is most popular with iOS users because of the streamlined workflow to your iPhone. Unfortunately, it’s one of the priciest out there and the more expensive models are the ones for the design conscious.
Prices start at $349 for the AppleWatch Sport and up to $12,000 for the AppleWatch Edition.
The Apple watch does support Siri, notifications, ApplePay, activity tracking, and use of iOS apps.
4. LG Urbane 2
LG took it to the next level with a smartwatch that has 4g LTE built-in. You get all that AndroidWear has to offer without having to be attached to your phone. The watch costs $300 but you can split it into monthly payments with AT&T.
Oh and also is one of the most stylish pieces out there. The watch is available in 2 colors gold, and silver (and it looks good). Compatible with Android™ 4.3 or higher and iOS 8.2 and later (with limited functionality).
With the updated looks, affordability and features maybe it’s time to consider investing in a wearable.