The smartwatches are starting to have a much more attractive look, and even the traditional watchmakers are embracing the era of portable technology. Last September, TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver boasted that the emblematic Swiss company would market its own smartwatches in 2015 at the international watchmaking fair. Today, new information suggests that the TAG Heuer smartwatch will arrive at the CES in January.

Unfortunately, it is not known if TAG Heuer will release a smartwatch at the CES and reveal a second at Baselworld, or if the watchmaker simply changed his mind, and advanced the launch date of his first smartwatch. He might be eager to compete with other portable devices at CES. No matter the reason behind all this, an anonymous source told Business Insider that the first TAG Heuer smartwatch will be showcased at the big show of technology in Las Vegas.

The smartwatch of TAG Heuer could get all its power and intelligence thanks to a chip of the famous manufacturer, Intel. Plus, it should have a very stylish, professional look, and would be all the reverse of the square, squat, and irritable range of Samsung Gear smartwatches, or the first G Watch from LG. Until now, none of the specifications or features of the TAG Heuer are known. TAG Heuer may have been limited to calculating the number of steps, calories burned, and maybe one or two notifications, but nothing has filtered for the moment. The end result could be a cross between the Activity Withings and the Martian Notifier, but with a more traditional look.

The implication of Intel is hardly a surprise. The manufacturer is heavily invested in portable technology, and has recently seen its popularity skyrocket when it launched the MICA bracelet, a connected bracelet intended for women, and manufactured with high-end materials. In addition to this launch, the firm continues to establish large-scale partnerships with fashion and luxury brands that are keen to exploit the growing trend.


For its 10 years, the famous Chronograph Carrera Caliber 16 takes a big boost: a lighter version thanks to titanium, contemporary and racy in total matt black with some beige details, and a brown leather bracelet that should please the hipsters Of today.

10 years ! This sporty 43mm diameter watch perfect for men, launched in 2007, is the best seller and one of the great icons of TAG Heuer. In 2017, to celebrate his birthday, the famous chronograph is revisited. First of all, with Titanium, a resolutely modern, lightweight material, here in Grade 2 microblasted PVD black which gives the box a racy and modern look, enhanced by a black ceramic bezel and its beige tachymeter scale.

Numerous details refer to the Carrera of the 1960s: the large dial opening with its fine bezel, the two chronograph counters located at 6H and 12H with their ring applied, and finally the faceted horns already present on the boxes of Tag Heuer Carrera watches d ‘origin. Other distinctive signs: the minute scale with Arabic numerals in black gold with SuperLuminova ™ beige, the well visible Day and Date window at 3 o’clock and the small seconds counter that comes to balance the set at 9 o’clock.

On the Tag Heuer watch back, the sapphire caseback allows to admire the beautiful mechanical movement of the automatic movement Caliber 16 as well as the decorated mass of Côtes de Genève. The set is complemented by a bracelet in a very modern aged calf leather that will skate wonderfully well with time. This best men watch should seduce today’s hipsters.

Bulgari Launches Skeleton Form Of The Octo Finissimo Tourbillon

It’s difficult to exceed a wrist watch such as the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Tourbillon. Its style is subtle, yet clearly Bulgari, Roman flair combined with very best in Swiss watchmaking. That last part, that outstanding ultra-thin tourbillon, having a height of just 1.95 mm happens to be hidden behind a dial with simply a dent for that tourbillon. That’s now going to change using the new skeleton form of this remarkable watch.

Bulgari did a bit more than simply take away the dial from the watch. Not just did they skeletonized the movement, they also applied a PVD coating around the bridges and primary plate to improve the contrast and highlight the moving components within the watch. Even though it is already difficult to develop a record-breaking, ultra-thin tourbillon, skeletonizing it requires it to some entirely unique level. Specifically in watches as thin because the Octo Finissimo Tourbillon, you actually need much of your primary plate and bridges to keep the structural integrity from the movement. Without them, precision could suffer.

Bulgari Skeleton Watch

When holding and putting on the timepiece, you undoubtedly realize how much of an accomplishment Bulgari achieved. The apparatus train appears to just about float in mid-air, helped through the black coating on which areas of the mainspring and bridges that remain. Thing about this experience can also be the ultra-thin situation. Bulgari could place the 1.95 mm thick movement right into a situation calculating only 5 mm thick. Including a azure very on the leading not to mention the rear to actually showcase the skeleton movement. Although possibly more extrovert compared to previous version, the skeleton is visually a properly-balanced piece, in which the moving areas of the movement match the colour from the situation and also the primary plate and bridges those of the strap. Despite the fact that there’s a great deal to see, away from the least the flying tourbillon, the timepiece is within full harmony with itself as only an Italian design could be.