Smartwatches are the new most popular wearable among both sexes and the HP Isaac Mizrahi smartwatch has Swarowski Crystals to appeal to women.
Smartwatches have rapidly become very popular, but many of them were considered to lack a good design. Although tech lovers had no problem with the designs, people who are more interested in fashion or people who like traditional watches’ design were not very happy with the offer on the market.
Therefore, companies have started producing smartwatches with various designs to appeal to all tastes. Most of them have turned to the traditional watch design and some have went further by adding all sorts of embellishments to the designs making them more appealing to women, who besides wanting to have a great piece of technology at their wrist, they also want to make a fashion statement.
One of these “fashion statement” watches is the Isaac Mizrahi. HP has a collection of watches designed in collaboration with big brands from the fashion industry. Each of them has a unique design. The Isaac Mizrahi has a small screen located below the mirror-finish face. The small screen gives you basic notifications from your phone.
Of course, as any other smartwatch it does basic activity tracking. So far, it is the cheapest in the HP series, at a price of $249. The other smartwatches available in this collection are the Michael Bastian and Titan, which are a lot bigger. The one from Isaac Mizrahi was made especially for women with a much more delicate design.
The smartwatch is available in two designs, having two Swarovski Crystal-outlined faces, a gold one and a silver one. Moreover, you can choose from five different colors for your leather strap.
However, the HP Isaac Mizrahi Smartwatch is not the first of its kind. Other companies have also flirted with the idea of designing a smartwatch appealing enough for women. Intel has made the MICA in 2014, while Huawei launched a smartwatch for women at CES this year.
But it looks like women are still not willing to throw their money away on smartwatches. The “adapted” design might be more appealing to them but some find them to be based on preconceptions about what women should wear, like “if it sparkles, we buy it”.
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