For this summer, we have three luxury smartwatches that measures your well-being and helps navigate the world, whatever the situation you might find yourself in.
For some people, the ultimate accessory that will help them the most every single day is the smartwatch. Not only because it can tell the time, of course, but also because these watches can beam important notifications straight onto their wrists. On top of that, a proper good-quality smartwatch also delivers the feeling of a mechanical watch on the wrist while offering a lot of innovative features. The best part is that smartwatches, arguably, keeps its owner ahead in all aspects of life. With that being said, we’ve got a luxury smartwatch round-up for you featuring models that seamlessly bring together the Swiss design codes of traditional timepieces, premium materials and brand-new technology in the connected companions you’re looking for.
TAG Heuer’s Connected Watch Summer Edition
This year, TAG Heuer enhances its growing collection of acclaimed Connected watches with three new references that introduce new colors and styles without compromising on high-tech functionality. Built on the success of the elegant smartwatch line with new looks and materials, the brand unveils three stylish models, new colorful watch faces—including an entirely new watch face named Helios—and two bright interchangeable straps.
Powered by Wear OS by Google, the TAG Heuer Connected watch supports wearers throughout every activity of their day with invaluable services such as Google Assistant and Google Translate using the microphone located on the left side of the case, e-mail and message notifications, Google Pay in shops and countries where this service is enabled, as well as music controls, agenda, weather, maps and more with Google Play and its wide selection of apps.
Frederique Constant’s Smartwatch Vitality
This year, Frederique Constant marks another new chapter in the smartwatch realm with its latest connected watch. Titled “The Smartwatch Vitality,” this model embraces a major innovation in the form of a new generation of integrated sensors—developed by Philips—which can measure the wearer’s heart rate directly from the wrist.
This smartwatch has a dial with two faces, with the first dial characterized by Roman numerals and hand-polished hour and minute hands. Secondly, when pressing the crown, the dial reveals a digital display on the lower part that allows the user to access numerous bits of information like heart rate, an activity tracker, a second time zone and even the last five messages from your favorite apps, among other things.
Montblanc’s Summit 2+
Here’s the thing about Montblanc Summit 2+ that you might want to know: This is the first luxury smartwatch with cellular connectivity—an eSim solution from Wear OS by Google—that allows you to make calls, answer messages, make contactless payments, receive notifications from social networks and stream music to wireless headphones directly from your watch.
As expected, it will also feature plenty of fitness features including activity monitoring, calorie counter, distance tracker and heart rate monitoring among many others, including some Montblanc proprietary applications and other smartphone apps as well. In short, this smartwatch blends the company’s fine watchmaking heritage and design with the latest in mobile technology to deliver a rich customer experience.
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