See? Smartwatches Don't Have to Be Ugly
Wearable technology can sometimes be a little...rough, shall we say. Sure, a computer on your wrist might sound cool, but the style element hasn't always landed. But some brands are finally starting to get it, implementing smart technologies into watches that look unassuming—even when you pair them with a suit. Here are 10 we're digging right now.
Not sure a smartwatch is for you? Timex's well-priced option is a good way to find out.
Skagen Jorn Hybrid Leather Strap Smartwatch
Skagen's minimalist vibe works surprisingly well for a low-key smartwatch.
Fossil Marshal Digital Smart Bracelet Watch
Fossil's bracelet watch syncs with your favorite app, and its touchscreen face is extra helpful.
Boss Classic Leather Strap Smartwach
Boss's smartwatch uses a sneaky screen under the dial.
Michael Kors Gage Leather Strap Smartwatch
The leather strap and classic face look fully traditional, but this one also gives you notifications and tracks activity levels.
Nixon's take was made for action sports—take it to the water, the mountains, or anywhere else you can imagine.
Movado Bold Connected II
Movado stays true to its sleek watch design, even in this hyper-connected version.
Montblanc Summit Smartwatch
Montblanc uses a deceptively casual nylon strap to disguise the full-scale amenities of this piece, including wifi connectivity, touch display, and microphone.
Frederique Constant Gents Horological Smartwatch
Don't sacrifice style for smart capabilities with an embossed leather strap and sapphire crystal face option.
Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Monogram
Choose from an array of classic Vuitton watch faces for your choice of aesthetics, and use the clever My Flight system when you're getting out of town.
This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.
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