Smartwatch Buying Guide

Packed full of useful features and functions, a smartwatch is a must-have accessory for the digital ages. This guide will take you through what each of our smartwatches has to offer, to help you find the perfect one for you.

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What is a smartwatch and
how do they work?

A smartwatch is basically what it says on the tin. With everything you need at the flick of a wrist including notifications, apps, media, voice control, fitness tracking or GPS (the list goes on), smartwatches are a portable device otherwise known as wearable technology.

They can be designed or intended for daily use or specific purposes, like fitness tracking, the choice is yours.

What do smartwatches do?

We’ve put together a table of features and functions for each of our watches so you can compare and find the right one for you.

TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 Garmin Instinct Garmin Fenix 7 Garmin epix Pro 2 Garmin MARQ 2 Tissot T-Touch Connect Solar Hublot Big Bang e
Download Apps
Music Management
Voice Command
Pay from your Wrist
Fitness Tracking
Heart Rate Monitor
Built in GPS
Customisable Dials
Personalise with straps
Water Resistant 50m 100m 100m 100m 100m 100m 30m
Compatibility Android 6.0+ and above / iOS 10.0+ and above Android 7.0+ and above / iOS 13.0+ and above Android 7.0+ and above / iOS 12.0+ and above Android 6.0+ and above / iOS 12.0+ and above
Battery All-day battery life Up to 28 days Up to 28 days Up to 16 days Up to 10 days Up to 6 months All-day battery life

Key Features

Understanding the key terms to smartwatches and how they work can help you make a better-informed decision on which one to go for. We’ve taken some top features from each of our smartwatches and explained what they mean.

How much is a smartwatch?

The prices of smartwatches vary depending on the functions, features and brand you go for. If you’re looking for Swiss avant-garde technology, then TAG Heuer and Hublot are for you whilst Garmin and Tissot watches will help you with specific sporting needs. Our range of smartwatches start at £230 to £4,800.

At a glance:

With two different case sizes in 42mm and 45mm, as well as an array of different bracelet options, the TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 echoes the distinct design, luxurious materials and refined finishes that’s iconic of all TAG Heuer chronographs.

What's the price tag?

Prices for TAG Heuer Connected start at £1,500 or £62.50 per month Interest Free Credit.

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At a glance:

Designed for people who want to get the best out of their active lifestyle, you can be certain that Garmin’s compelling designs and innovative features will go the distance. Choose between the epix Pro 2, Instinct, Fenix, MARQ collections and more to find a Garmin to suit your fitness needs.

What's the price tag?

Prices for Garmin smartwatches start at £230 or as little as £14.07 per month Interest Free Credit.

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At a glance:

A fusion between tradition, innovation and cutting-edge materials, the Hublot Big Bang e boasts an extremely high level of technological sophistication, whilst adopting all the aesthetic values of the Big Bang collection.

What's the price tag?

The Hublot Big Bang e starts at £4,300 or from £89.58 per month with Interest Free Credit.

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At a glance:

Embodying the brand’s philosophy ‘innovators by tradition’, the Tissot T-Touch Connected Solar is neither a gadget nor a device, but simply a fitness watch with all the smart features you need to stay connected.

What's the price tag?

Prices for Tissot smartwatches start at £1,000 or as little as £20.84 per month Interest Free Credit.

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