Michael Kors is having a 25% off blowout on its new smartwatches

Brand new MKGO, Access Bradshaw 2 and Lexington 2 have all been discounted
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Michael Kors took to IFA earlier in the month to unveil three brand new smartwatches in the MKGO, Access Bradshaw 2 and Lexington 2. Well, right now you can save 25% off all of them in a somewhat surprising sale.

Frankly, there are too many models and styles for us to list here. Both with the discount, you can get the MKGO for just $221.25 instead of $299.95; the Lexington 2 as low as $262.50 instead of $350 and the Bradshaw 2 for $262.50 instead of $350.

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There are other variants with different pricing, but they're all subject to this big 25% saving. If you're after something sporty, it's the MKGO you want - with built-in heart rate monitor and GPS - otherwise the other two models win out in terms of sheer fashion.

The MKGO is the smallest of the three, with a 43mm watch face, whereas the other two have 44mm designs. The MKGO is also significantly lighter, owing to its sports focus.

Needless to say, with the entire range of smartwatch on sale, you're bound to find one that matches your sense of style.

Considering the new Michael Kors range of smartwatches were only released earlier in the month, seeing such a big discount this early is a real surprise. We're not sure how long they'll last, so snap them up before they're gone.

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