Smartwatches were introduced in the early 2000’s by tech giants like Samsung, IBM and Microsoft, but it wasn’t until 2014 that the wrist revolution truly began. Smartwatches have been on the market for a few years now, and they have been met with positive reaction and criticism.
Now in its second series, smartwatch is the hybrid between a phone and a classic watch that enables users to read emails, make and receive phone calls, and other various phone functions. Kingwear smartwatches have a built-in GPS chip that can provide directions to a destination, and also water resistant, so you can send and receive text messages in the shower. There’s a custom sensor that consistently measures your heart rate during a workout, providing recorded information like number of footsteps, miles, and beats per minute. With more than 80 combinations of customizations –– everything from the case material, color, size and type of band (sport, nylon, leather, and steel) –– Kingwear offers more room for personalization with their smartwatches compared to the phones.
But aside from the technological advancements, smartwatch manufacturers are embarking on a new creative development: their aesthetic. As much as smartwatches are admired for their digital capabilities, many consumers have voiced concern regarding the physical appeal of these watches.
There is an apparent lack of panache and the elegance of classic watches. The stylistic function of a watch can fail to succeed if it creates a strong contrast between wardrobe and wrist. Imagine wearing your best suit or dress alongside a sportwatch, or your gym attire with a Rolex; there’s a strange juxtaposition that can create a flaw in appearance.
Nowadays, not everyone is out to lose a hundred pounds and get shredded when they buy a watch. A great device needs to be more than a steps counter and a heart-rate tracker. It needs a long-lasting battery and a design that looks good enough that you don’t want to cut off your arm. That is what we are trying to do. Kingwear smartwatches give you an excellent smartwatch experience without breaking your bank.
A compromise has been made for both the tech-savvy and fashionistas. In this era of wrist revolution, Kingwear is seizing the opportunity to create a new line of smartwatches that emanate their signature style and engineering with smartwatch features.