1. Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Black ($ 2,900)
The watch has a polished stainless steel casing and a black finish. Tambour Horizon works with Google Wear OS and is compatible with both iPhone and Android devices. The watch is waterproof up to 30 meters, and its battery can last up to 22 hours.
However, the Tambour Horizon does not have a heart rate monitor because it’s aimed at travelers. You can add your upcoming flights, have a City Guide app and can show time in different time zones and temperatures anywhere in the world.
2. Movado Connect ($ 895)
The Movado Connect smart watch is available in several different colors and styles. The most affordable version is made of stainless steel and is sold for $ 895. The watch works with Wear OS, which means it can show phone calls, appointments, emails, messages, and social media notifications. The battery lasts about a day.
3. TAG Heuer Connected Modular ($ 180,000)
Why is this smart watch so expensive? The TAG Heuer Connected is made of white gold and is covered with 589 diamonds. The watch is handsome and intelligent, but works with Wear OS, so do not expect to do much more than just a smart watch that comes at a normal price.
4. Breitling Exospace B55 ($ 8,685)
The Breitling Exospace B55 is not for everyone, in fact it is specifically designed for pilots and sailors. The Breitling watch is primarily an analog clock with built-in intelligent features. Using the Breitling smartphone application, you can do things like setting time, setting alarms, and setting the time zone. The watch can also receive notifications like emails, messages, phone calls, and calendar notifications, and its battery lasts about 2 months.
5. Garmin Fenix Chronos ($ 1,500)
The Smart Garmin Fenix Chronos watch is designed for sportsmen. He has heart rate sensors, can count your steps, calculate your speed, track your sleep, measure calories burned, and determine the maximum volume of oxygen you can breathe in every minute.