The Renaissance of the Filippo Loreti SmartWatch

Filippo Loreti SmartWatchA new smart luxury watch has been released on Kickstarter, and it’s putting up a device that’s got class and refinement. The Filippo Loreti smart luxury watch comes in a variety of styles, combining traditional style and technology for the discerning customer. The versions of this device are the Classical Collection and the Renaissance Smartwatch edition. 

The Filippo Loreti watch

The Filippo Loreti luxury smart watch has a stainless-steel case and sapphire glass. The strap is vegetable-tanned Italian leather and a width of 20mm (Fits wrists 14-23cm wide). The watch itself is 40mm in diameter and 9mm thick for the quartz version and 42mm in diameter and 12mm thick for the automatic edition. The device is water resistant to 5 ATM/50 metres.

The Renaissance

The Renaissance smart watch is stainless-steel with sapphire glass. The strap is vegetable-tanned Italian leather with a pin buckle for leather straps or a side deployment clasp for the stainless-steel Milanese mesh bracelets. The watch size is 42mm in diameter and 12mm in thickness. The movement is done via a custom smart watch module develop with help from SOPROD of Switzerland.

The smart watch is able to keep the time, follow a second-time zone, monitor your sleep, track your steps and distance, help with interval training, give you curated notifications, silence an incoming call, turn on airplane or deep work mode, control your music, find your phone or allow you to call for help. The battery is designed to last a year and there is a 10-year warranty on all watches.

Colours of time

The Renaissance smart watch comes in a blue silver and silver. The Classical Collection comes in the Venice Moonphase series (With blue gold, silver, gold, rose gold and blue rose gold as the colours) and the Venice Automatic (Which comes in the colour choices of blue gold, rose gold and silver) and the Rome series (And the colours available for this series include silver, gold, rose gold and matte black), the Rome automatic series (Coming in the colour of silver).

When you’ve made the payment, you’ll be sent a form asking for you the specifications you want you watch to include.

Early birds can get a quartz watch for €149. Two watches will set you back €298, three devices are €447, four watches are €596 and five watches come in at €739. Smart watch editions are €100 extra for each watch and the automatic versions are an extra €200.

Source: Kickstarter


  1. Epson support

    It is really an amazing fact that a new Filippo Loreti SmartWatch has already entered to this market. The main attractive factor of this watch is the resistivity factor which makes it more popular with the users.

  2. Shahbaz Anashari

    it’s really a good deal with a lot of features. Smartwatch which have a lot of features are very expensive.

  3. I wud like to know if this watch connects to I phones as well and for female

  4. Kalahari

    What a disappointment! Finally received the Renaissance 11 months after funding in Kickstarter.
    The watch is dull — I was hoping for something more exciting. It’s shipped with a small blue leather band that is unattractive. The included silver band is so shiny!
    Most importantly, the iPhone app is awful. Can’t even set it properly for Imperial measures (what are used by millions in the USA).

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