Michael Kors launched its first line of watches in 2004 and is now becoming a real contender in the smartwatch sector. The Access Bradshaw 2 still lags a little bit in the technology but for those who love big, brash watches, it’s certainly a contender.
The Access Bradshaw 2 is the follow up to the first Bradshaw launched in 2016 but has been given some of the Fossil 5 treatment. The Michael Kors range is part of the Fossil Group, which means it benefits from improved internals to get Google’s operating system running smoother and new improved hardware like a built-in speaker which allows you to take and make calls.
The Access Bradshaw 2 comes with all the features expected from a modern sports watch including tracking sensors, GPS and heart rate monitoring but it id described as an oversized watch and that’s exactly what you get. It measures in with a hefty 44mm stainless steel watch case making it considerably bigger than other Michael Kors watches.
Michael Kors makes it presence felt through its watch faces and its access app to further customise watch faces using your social feeds. You can even set up a neat feature that lets you countdown for the next big event in your social calendar.
The Access Bradshaw 2 comes in as high as $395 so is on the expensive side for a smart watch so we recommend adding a Nano glass screen protector to the Michael Kors Access Bradshaw 2.