The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45, an interchangeable watch with an Haute Horlogerie mechanical module, namely 3 hands or Chronograph Tourbillon COSC certified and offering a vast choice of materials, colours and combinations were launched at Switzerland and San Francisco recently.
This watch engineered in collaboration with Intel, water-resistant to 50 m, it features GPS, an NFC sensor for payments, a stunning high definition AMOLED screen, a wide selection of unlimited customizable TAG Heuer dials. Google’s Android Wear 2.0 and the new TAG Heuer Companion app improve the software experience and keep one connected with the people and information that you care about most. In crafting this watch, no compromises were made on design. High-quality materials have been used, such as titanium, ceramic, rose gold, with impeccable attention to detail.
In Switzerland, it was launched at the highly symbolic Rütli Meadow in the heart of Switzerland, led by Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer& President of the LVMH Group Watch Division, accompanied by Josh Walden, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the New Technology Group at Intel, and David Singleton, Vice President of Android Engineering at Google.
In San Francisco, it was launched at the St Francis Yacht Club, featured Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, TAG Heuer General Manager Guy Semon, and TAG Heuer Vice President of Connected Products& Technology Tom Foldesi.
The connected watch is a Carrera Model measures an elegant 45 mm in diameter. Made from satin or polished grade 5 titanium, or plated with 18-ct 5N rose gold, or in black ceramic, with or without diamonds: after choosing a watch from the 56 different versions available from its launch (a selection of 11 standard models are systematically offered in store + 45 others on request), the entire exterior of the watch can be customized.