Iconic style, now with a full-featured smartwatch underneath.
Kate Spade is refreshing its
Now, the Kate Spade Scallop is fully featured as a smartwatch, with the addition of NFC for Google Pay, GPS for fitness tracking, a heart rate sensor, and 3ATM water resistance. That brings the Scallop up to speed with the rest of the Fossil Group lineup of smartwatches in terms of features and specs, so you can choose this Kate Spade design without missing out on all of the features that make a modern smartwatch compelling.
If you aren't familiar with the current
This is exactly the kind of update this fashion-focused smartwatch needed.
These are obviously very feminine designs, so they won't appeal to everyone, but that's the point. This is an iconic and unmistakeable Kate Spade design, following right alongside the mechanical watches and other accessories the brand offers. The metal is well sculpted, and includes nice little touches like the spade logo on the rotating side button. The fit and finish are typical for the price point and for the other smartwatches in the Fossil Group portfolio. On the software side this is the
Kate Spade is releasing the new and improved Scallop smartwatch this Spring, with prices starting at $295 — a little higher than many of the Fossil Group watches, but not surprising considering the fashion branding. There will be two different versions of the case, one gold and one two-tone gold and silver, and they'll be paired with one of three straps: a black silicone strap, pale vellum leather strap, or a pink gold-tone bracelet. The bracelet model is priced at $335.
Look for the new Kate Spade models to be available within the next few months from