The TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 lineup of smartwatches was announced last year and now the company is introducing three new additions to the family. As one would expect, all are quite expensive, with the 42mm option being the cheapest, priced at $2,350.
The 42mm is smaller than the original but employs a 1.28-inch display with a virtually bezel-less panel protected by a sapphire dome glass. It’s still an OLED, though, with 416 x 416px resolution.
The body is made of black-coated grade 2 titanium chassis, making it the lightest smartwatch from the company.
The 42mm Golf Edition, on the other hand, features the same body, but it’s also more expensive at $2,500 as it comes with three TAG Heuer-branded golf balls and two pairs of straps. One made of black leather with green stitching and one white rubber strap.
Additionally, the watch “supports” 40,000 golf courses around the globe, allowing automatic tracking without any manual input. The watch can track your score, what golf club you are using as well as your location on the golf course.
The Calibre E4 Sports Edition is the priciest of the bunch, asking $2,600, but it’s also the biggest one. It’s in a 45mm form factor, just like the current Connected Calibre E4 models, with a ceramic bezel around the 1.39-inch 454 x 454px OLED display and a breathable rubber strap suitable for sports.
On the software front, the Sport Edition offers Trail & Hiking feature, leveraging the watch’s barometer and assessing one’s performance.
TAG Heuer will be making all three models available later this month and promises to update them to Wear OS 3, once Google starts seeding the new software.