Best Tag Heuer Connected Smart Watch

Best Tag Heuer Connected Smart Watch

Can there be only one best tag heuer connected smart watch ?

If you haven’t already heard about the TAG Heuer Connected Modular Men’s Watch SBF8A8013.32FT6076 then its definitely worth taking a look.

This Smart Watch is a definitely a high end, top of the range smart watch.

From our research across the net buyers really seem to think this is by far the Best Tag Heuer Connected Smart Watch out there.

  • Modern Design
  • Modern Tech
  • AMOLED Touch Display
  • Bluetooth BLE 4.1, WiFi 2.4 GHz 802.11 B/G/N Connectivity
  • Compatible with Android 4.4+ / IOS 9+
  • Rechargeable Battery Operated Quartz Movement 
  • Microphone, Gyroscope with Tilt Detection, Chronograph, Alarm, Timer, & GPS Features


  • Improved build
  • Premium brand
  • Plenty of options


  • Options could get pricey
  • Modularity a fad
  • Android Wear still not good


TAG Heuer themselves claim there are over 4000 options, some tasteful, and some…well not so much!

The good news is you’ll be able to design a smartwatch that matches your style and personality.

The basic Connected watch is an Android Wear digital module. 

There have been a few connected watches which were ‘assembled in Switzerland’, but the Connected Modular 45 is the first to achieve a ‘Swiss Made’ certification. 

It’s very similar in appearance to the first generation, but feels more weighty, solid, generally better made, which is a reflection of the ‘Swiss Made’ certification.

The biggest difference  over the previous generation is that the rear casing, which is now made from steel rather than plastic. That makes it feel a lot more premium.

Not only will you be able to choose different straps – you’ll be able to choose between several options of case material, bezel colour, buckle type and lug metals. These options range from quite basic steel and titanium, up to opulent rose gold and diamond encrusted bezels.

John Hughes

John Hughes - Best 4 Tech Stuff Researcher / Administrator - An avid collector of all stuff tech for over 40 years, from his first home computer (Sinclair ZX Spectrum16k) to the latest iPhone.

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