The 42mm Edition
The 42mm Tag Heuer Connected Calibre E4 is thinner than the original version, but it features a 1.28-inch display with a panel that is almost completely bezel-free and covered with sapphire dome glass. It is an OLED display with a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels. The body of the watch is comprised of grade 2 titanium with a black coating, making it the company’s lightest smartwatch.
The 42mm Golf Edition
On the other hand, the 42mm Golf Edition has the same body but additionally includes two sets of straps and three golf balls with the Tag Heuer logo. one with a white rubber strap and a black leather bag with green embroidery. The watch also offers support for 40,000 golf courses worldwide, enabling automatic tracking without any user input. Your score, the golf club you are using, and your location on the course may all be tracked by the watch.
The 45mm Sports Edition
The Calibre E4 Sports Edition is the most expensive of the series. It is a special edition smartwatch which is also the largest among all the three editions. It has the same 45mm form factor as the current Connected Calibre E4 models, a 1.39-inch 454 x 454px OLED display surrounded by a ceramic bezel, and a permeable rubber strap made for athletic use. The Sport Edition’s Trail & Hiking feature, which makes use of the watch’s barometer to evaluate performance, is available in the software.
Price & Availability
The Tag Heuer Connected Calibre E4 series watches are quite expensive compared to the other luxury smartwatches. The 42mm Edition is the cheapest of the three, priced at $2350. The 42mm Golf Edition and the 45mm Sports Edition cost $2500 and $2600, respectively. All three models will be available in all the Tag Heuer stores worldwide from the last week of January.