Tag Heuer, the Swiss watchmaker and chronograph mansion born in 1860 and part of the Lvmh group, has presented two events in Switzerland and California with the second generation of its Tag Watch Connected Modular 45 replica watch. The clock features a This is the first time in the industry: For the first time, the connected module can be changed with a high timepiece, three-handed or chronograph COSC certified tourbillon.
Connected watch is part of the Carrera collection of Tag Heuer and is made of glossy or satin grade 5 titanium, 5N 18 karat gold plated or black ceramic with or without diamonds.
The concept of interchangeability also applies to anchor, strap and buckle, with a wide choice of materials, colors and matching. After choosing the 56 different versions available, you can fully customize. There are only 18 straps available in the case of rubber strap, natural leather or anthracite, titanium or ceramic leather.
Designed in collaboration with Intel and Google, the new swiss replica watch is waterproof up to 50 meters, equipped with GPS, NFC payout sensor, AMOLED high definition screen, Google Android Wear 2.0 and the new Tag Heuer Companion app.
The modularity extends to the clock software, with the dial customization: the brand has in fact made 30 dials, some of which are inspired by Tag Heuer’s historic pieces such as the famous panda dial. The dials in white, black, light gray, anthracite, chocolate, navy blue and gold, with skeleton finish, 3 hands, GMT, chronograph with 1, 2, or 3 counters, plus date and day window, Are interchangeable with the touch of a finger.
The Replica Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45, which has a 4GB memory and a lithium battery of the latest generation that can provide a full day of power, is sold in the Tag Heuer boutiques, at some retailers and on the brand webshop at Starting from 1600 euros.
“This second replica watch is part of a project that is going to continue over time, with more and more innovative and technologically avant-garde models,” said FashionNetwork.com Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer and Chairman of the Watchmaking Division of the LVMH Group . The manager also said he was particularly pleased with the results of the division, in addition to Tag Heuer, Hublot and Zenith. “We have announced a growth of about 5% on our division’s 2015 figure, even more significant if we consider that in 2016 the watch sector fell by 10% compared to the previous year,” he concluded Biver.