TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4 gets Malbon Golf collaboration

Big on style, big on price
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Tag Heuer has launched a new version of its Calibre E4 smartwatch, in a collaboration with Malbon – a Swedish golf fashion brand.

It’s pretty much a stock Calibre E4, but refined with Malbon special edition watch faces, green and yellow detailed on the 45mm case, and a green and yellow blended leather and rubber strap.

Tag Heuer launches a Golf edition of each of its smartwatches, characterized by 1-18 etched onto the bezel, and access to its (excellent) Tag Heuer Golf app. This edition will be sold in limited editions in the US and South Korea.

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It’s certainly an eye-catching and stylish collaboration – but it also highlights that the Tag Heuer Connected is overdue an update.

Under the hood is a last-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100+ processor, which has now been usurped by the W5+ – and the watch itself is powered by Wear OS 3.

It packs a good quality AMOLED 1.2-inch 416x416 display, and there’s GPS built-in, which is essential for getting those all-important pin distances, and also running and outdoor tracked workouts.
Battery life is the main downside, which is a single day.

It’s set to cost 2,600 CHF, which works out to around $3,000.

Of course, you could pick up a top-of-the-line Garmin Approach S70 (which is an incredible golf watch) or even a Marq 2 Golfer and still have change for an Apple Watch Ultra 2. But where’s the fun in that?

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