The TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 smartwatch is now available in three new models including the 42mm, Golf Edtion and Sports Edition. Below we explain the differences between these luxury watches.
Specifications and Features of the Tag Heuer Connected Caliber E4 series
Connected Calibre E4 42mm
The TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 42mm is the smallest model, even smaller than the standard version. The screen size is 1.28 inches with super-thin bezels and is protected by Sapphire Dome Glass. The screen panel is OLED with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels.
The watch body is made of grade 2 titanium chassis and is predominantly black. According to TAG Heuer, the Connected Caliber E4 42mm is the lightest watch they have ever made.
Connected Calibre E4 Golf edition
Next is the Connected Calibre E4 Golf Edition. It’s the same size, 42mm, but comes with three golf balls and two straps, one in leather with green stitching and the other a white rubber strap.
In terms of features, what distinguishes the Gold Edition from other variants is the support for 40,000 golf courses from around the world, and can be automatically detected without having to set it manually. The watch can track scores, what golf clubs are being used, and locations.
Connected Calibre E4 Sports edition
Finally, the Connected Calibre E4 Sports Edition, is the most expensive and largest model at 45mm. The display is a 1.39-inch 454 x 454 pixel OLED display with a ceramic bezel. The Sports Edition offers Trail & Hiking features complete with a barometer function.