New smartwatches are full of functions to monitor health and wellbeing. Useful in daily life and for physical activities, they allow you to monitor your body's oxygen levels, oxygen saturation, heart rate, etc. Moreover, they can also replace your smartphone, as they can be used to make calls, for geolocation, to receive alerts for emails and social networks, to use the internet, and so on.
Below is Molitor’s selection of some of the models endowed with this cutting-edge technology.
Apple Watch Hermès Series 6
The square-shaped Apple Watch Hermès Series 6 has a new virtual face, the Hermès Circulaire, which is paired with a range of brightly coloured single tour straps: rouge piment, orange, jaune ambre, bambou, navy, anénome...
There is also a model with a double tour strap called the Hermès Attelage in reference to the brand’s equestrian spirit.
“Apple Watch Series 6 completely redefines what a watch can do,” according to Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer. “With powerful new features, including a Blood Oxygen sensor and app, Apple Watch becomes even more indispensable by providing further insight into overall well-being.”
Tag Heuer Connected with Synopsis watch face
The Tag Heuer smartwatch is out with new strap variations and a new Synopsis watch face, which gives owners easy access to essential information. There are six options to choose from. For example, in addition to the time and date, the watch can display upcoming events saved in an agenda, the watch's power reserve, a second time zone, sunrise and sunset times, weather forecasts, or distance travelled by running cycling or walking. There are also additional options available at the Google Play store.
The Hublot Big Bang e
This 42 mm diameter watch echoes all the design codes of the successful Big Bang watch but in a connected version. It has the same screw and push-button design, the scratchproof sapphire glass, the rubber strap with a folding clasp... Its case is carved from materials like black ceramic or titanium. It is powered with Wear OS by Google.