Our new line has all the regular tech functionalities of a smartwatch, but it looks like a high end luxury timepiece.
Milan, Italy (PRWEB) November 10, 2017
Filippo Loreti, a luxury smartwatch, has raised over $2.7 million dollars on Kickstarter with 8 days remaining in its campaign. Made with sapphire glass, hand-crafted Italian calf leather and smart features, Filippo Loreti is a high-end smartwatch, valued at over $1,000, which can be pre-ordered on Kickstarter for under $200.
Designed and inspired by Italian architecture, Filippo Loreti offers a 10-year warranty and 12-month battery life for its stainless steel watches. With the introduction of their new collection, the Filippo Loreti team set out to bridge the gap between traditional craftsmanship and technology.
“The previous collections we introduced on Kickstarter broke world records, twice, and launched a revolution in the luxury watch industry,” said Founder Matas Jakutis. “And that’s why we are back on Kickstarter; so our Kickstarter supporters can be the first to own the future of luxury. Our new line has all the regular tech functionalities of a smartwatch, but it looks like a high end luxury timepiece.”
The smart features of the watch include sleep monitoring, activity tracking, smart alarms, the ability to take mobile photos, mobile notifications, music control, phone tracking and more. Filippo Loreti watches allow people to stay connected and never miss an important call, meeting or moment all while tracking a user’s daily activity.
Filippo Loreti watches are currently available in a variety of models on Kickstarter for under $120. The Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign has 8 days remaining, and the Venice Moonphase collection is shipping in time for the holiday season. For more information, visit pr.fundl.ink/filippo.
About Filippo Loreti
Filippo Loreti launched their first luxury watch Kickstarter campaign in 2015, which broke Kickstarter’s record for the most-funded watch campaign by raising over $1 million dollars. Their second Kickstarter in 2016 broke Kickstarter’s record again, raising over $5 million dollars, currently making it the 20th most-funded project on Kickstarter. For more information about Filippo Loreti, visit pr.fundl.ink/filippo.