The TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4

The new TAG Heuer Connected introduces a range of health and wellness updates, highlighted by a guided workout functionality for on-the-go exercise that does not require a nearby smartphone. Other updates worth noting include a high-resolution screen that TAG Heuer promises will offer a strong contrast ratio for clear visibility when outside, the addition of an altimeter, and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity that improves the connection between the watch and a smartphone. The battery has been updated on the 45mm edition to last up to 30 percent longer, while the 42mm model maintains a full day of running autonomy before it needs to be charged. The charging system itself has been renovated, as well – the Connected Watch now comes with a magnetic charger that also works as a display stand, positioning the watch on its side and allowing the screen to remain fully visible while charging… More here.

It looks decent in terms of design, but ‘luxury’ smartwatches are a hard sale. Then again, any TAG is a hard sale to lots of people in terms of value.

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  1. Even harder when you compare it to what appears to be an excellent new Garmin Epix 2, with an amoled display but still at least 6 days battery life.
    In the end I chose the Fenix 7x (not amoled) because its all about the longer battery for me because I do ultramarathons, but it was hard.

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