The TAG Heuer Connected Smartwatch is

Is This the Most Luxurious Must-Have Smartwatch on the Planet?

Convenience, meet class. Horological giant TAG Heuer has created a smartwatch that blends style with high-tech essentials. Dubbed TAG Heuer Connected, this sleek timepiece is built on the latest release of Android Wear with thousands of apps at the Google Play store. The custom suite of micro-applications includes directional wind and weather monitoring, RaceChrono Pro capability, and Google Fit. It also includes alarm and stopwatch features to optimize performance with greater precision.

Built with titanium, sapphire, and the best-in-class touchscreen technology, this is avant-garde innovation at its finest. The wrist-piece has an automatic 3-hands movement, a 46mm diameter, and a 410mAh battery that offers an ultra-long life. The 1.6GHz dual core processor, 1GB of main memory, and 4GB storage memory aren’t too shabby either.

Buy: Tag Heuer Connected $1,775

Weighing in at just 52 grams, the Connected is also impressively lightweight for its larger size. We’re talking .11 pounds, people! We would expect it to weigh more considering that 1.5-inch LCD display running at 360 x 360. The transreflective display (with multiple finger recognition) is also splash-proof water resistance—because you can never be too careful with that fancy black, sandblasted, carbide-coated titanium bezel with anti-fingerprint coating. This iconic Swiss brand has definitely combined 150 years of watchmaking craftsmanship with the twenty-first-century convenience of wearable technology to create a timepiece we can’t stop watching.

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