TAG Heuer Connected Smart Watch is a luxury watch that draws on TAG Heuer’s more than 150 years of Swiss expertise, sophisticated craftsmanship and a long tradition.
The Tag Heuer Connected smart watch uses a pure chronograph design with a diameter of 46mm. The case, case back and lugs are all modern level 2 titanium. Compared to traditional materials such as stainless steel or gold, the stylish titanium Metal is lighter and stronger. This watch is paired with a highly textured black rubber strap (also available in red, blue, white, orange, green and yellow) and a folding buckle made of titanium grade 2. The unique elegance, unique personality and exquisite design are interpreted vividly.
This smart watch is priced at HKD 11,700. From the release date, TAG Heuer offers: chronograph dial, junior dial and GMT world time dial, all three dials with date display, regardless of hands, hour markers, chronograph, date window and minute track All the design elements of the Tag Heuer Carrera Carrera series that can be discerned at a glance are always clearly visible.
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Ref. 7040, No. 48-10, manufactured around 2006, dual-time function, self-winding movement, waterproof function, 18K rose gold three-piece solid case, polished, Rounded bezel, stepped lugs, transparent case back, sapphire crystal, round timing button, 18K rose gold Montblanc folding clasp, silver guilloché dial, printed Roman numerals, dial outer ring 1 / 5 seconds scale, 24-hour second time zone display at the outermost circle, small seconds at 9 o’clock, 12-hour and 30-minute counters at 6 and 12 o’clock, date display window at 3 o’clock, blue steel willow-shaped hands, Arrow-shaped hollow GMT hands, Cal. 4810-503 rhodium-plated movement, 25 rubies, linear lever escapement, single metal balance wheel, suspension, self-compensating balance spring, fine-tuning device, case diameter 42 mm, thickness 15 mm, with case and certificate.
[Brief Comment] Montblanc’s acquisition of the old Swiss watchmaker Minerva occurred in 2007. Prior to this, all Montblanc watches were produced at a watch factory in Le Locle, Switzerland. The Montblanc watch factory in Le Locle has passed its 12th year so far, this watch was born just before Montblanc bought a new watch factory.
The Cal.4810-503 on this watch is modified from ETA 7750, with GMT components, and has been certified by the Swiss Official Observatory (COSC). The overall appearance of this watch is okay, but there have been several scratches on the case. Although it can be processed after simple polishing, it still affects the pursuit of it to a certain extent.