Smartwatches are available at a wide range of prices, from cheap to super expensive there is a smartwatch that fits in everyone’s budget. We have already covered cheap smartwatches but today let’s have a look at some of the most expensive smartwatches that only the wealthy could afford.
All the products we are sharing on our list are practical smartwatches and not showpieces or jewelry. You can actually wear these expensive smartwatches on your wrist like any other watch and walk around like a king. So without wasting any time (because time is money) let’s get started!
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Most Expensive Smartwatches In The World
1. Kairos Hybrid Watch
So we first would like to start our list with an award-winning design smartwatch. The watch has a dual display, a transparent digital display as well a hidden analog display.
When you receive notifications and messages you see them on the transparent digital display. But when you don’t have any message or task on the screen you see the analog watch with mechanical moving parts. So it’s kind of a mechanical hybrid smartwatch that you rarely get to see.
It gets connected to your Android and iPhone and shows you notifications you receive on your phone on its transparent digital display. And since it also supports health tracking it also works as a fitness tracker and shows you your vital health stats.
Along with basic smart features, it also has a feature that you generally would not find on many other smartwatches, which is using it as a remote control for your smartphones. You can use it to control your music playback or shooting selfies from the phone without even touching it.
The watch is also built with high durability as it is waterproof and can withstand rough usage. Also, it feels luxurious to wear and is available in three different colors, which overall provides this watch a rich look. It cost around $2500 and is one of the most expensive hybrid watches out there.
2. Garmin MARQ Driver
MARQ is a luxury brand from Garmin that makes smartwatches for professionals such as Racers, Aviators, golfers, and Marine. These smartwatches are more of a tool watch than a regular smartwatch. It helps professionals in their day-to-day tasks and missions so that they can perform better in their respective fields.
The watch we are discussing here is Garmin MARQ Driver, which is a smartwatch dedicated to professional racers. It costs around $2500 and is one of the most expensive Garmin watches out there.
This tachymeter watch comes preloaded with 250 plus racetracks around the world which allow you to select a track and view it on the watch face itself. This watch also features a built-in GPS that helps you see your distance and speed during the race. Also, there is a race activity app that allows you to evaluate your performance and be a better driver at the end of the day.
Besides race features, the watch is also filled with smartwatch functionalities like contactless payment, wrist-based heart rate monitoring, activity and sleep tracking, and more.
So even if you are not a professional racer you can use this watch to its fullest in case you want to own a luxury smartwatch. It is available on the official website of Garmin and Amazon as well.
3. Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Connected Smartwatch
Louis Vuitton also called LV is the most renowned luxury brand in the world. It makes luxury products such as clothes, jewelry, shoes, handbags, and also watches. However, the Tambour Horizon is different from their other luxury timepieces as it is a complete smartwatch and not a regular analog watch.
It runs on Google’s operating system called Wear OS, which was formerly known as Android Wear 2.0. And, since Wear OS is compatible with both Android and iOS platforms, you can easily use this smartwatch with both Android smartphones and iPhones.
Apart from luxury, the watch also offers decent battery life. Since the watch does not have a heart rate monitor or GPS sensor the battery will easily last a full day. That’s because these sensors consume the most amount of battery on a smartwatch.
Since it does not have fitness tracking ability it is not made for fitness enthusiasts. The watch is mainly built for travelers who love to visit different countries because it has a dedicated city guide app. This helps you roam in any city around the world by showing you maps, places of interest, right on your wrist.
Also, it shows the weather forecasts for different time zones so it will be easier for you to plan your day accordingly in a new city. Overall, if you want to travel in style then this expensive smartwatch is what you should consider.
It is also waterproof up to 30 meters so it can withstand water splashes with ease. This means you don’t have to take it off while washing your hands every time. But don’t take it to the shower that often because it’s not made for it. It currently costs around $3000.
4. Montblanc Timewalker e-Strap
Montblanc is a luxury watch manufacturing company from Germany. They released one of the world’s first luxury watches that featured an e-strap in the year 2015. And the watch is called Montblanc Timewalker e-Strap.
Timewalker is basically a luxury timepiece with no smart features but when attached to an e-strap it becomes a premium smartwatch. The e-strap can get connected to your smartphone (Android and iPhone) over the wireless network so you can use plenty of useful smart features.
Once you are connected to the phone you can see the incoming call, text, and social media notifications on a small screen on the strap itself. Along with that, you can also track your daily activities using this e-strap and see the stats on the app on your connected smartphone.
Also, there is a cool feature on it called the ‘Find Me‘, which allows you to find the watch or your smartphone in a 30-meter radius. Overall, the edition of the e-strap has made this $4000 watch worth it for people who were looking for a luxury smartwatch.
5. Breitling Exospace B55 Black Titanium
The Exospace B55 is a premium offering from Breitling for all the aviators out there who want to stay connected with the world even when they are flying. It has Bluetooth connectivity to sync it to your phone in order to receive phone notifications.
It also has a smartphone app through which you can use various features like world time, chronograph, timer, lap timer, etc. However, if you want to access all these features without pairing the watch to the phone, you can also do that.
There is a rotating knob on the smartwatch which you need to rotate in order to use the features without the help of the app. This also makes it a standalone smartwatch that can work well without a smartphone.
The time it shows is also quite accurate and said to be many times accurate than quartz movement watch. Also, it comes in a black and blue color which gives this watch an elegant look.
The battery life is also great on this luxury watch as it can easily last 30 to 50 days based on your usage pattern. Overall it is one of the most expensive and luxurious smartwatches for aviators.
6. Nico Gerard Sunrise Pinnacle
You have seen all sorts of watches on this list till now, but you are yet to see a 2-in-1 watch. A watch that has a classic Swiss timepiece on one side and a modern Apple Smartwatch on the other.
Nico Gerard a luxury watchmaker company has teamed up with Apple to bring this unique watch. This smartwatch is meant for people who want to use classic and modern smartwatches at the same time.
According to the situation, you can keep one watch at the top and the other one hiding below the wrist. For example, you can use the Swiss timepiece as your main watch in the office, parties, and get to gathers. While the Apple smartwatch can be on the top while you chilling with friends or exercising at the gym.
Both the watches work perfectly well, the swiss watch shows you time and adds elegance to your look. While the Apple smartwatch shows you notifications and tracks your health. So, you are getting the best of both worlds in this watch.
The original version of the Nico Gerard Sunrise Pinnacle is not that expensive will cost you a few hundred dollars. But there is also an all gold variant that costs you over $100000 and therefore it is one of the most expensive smartwatches on this list.
7. TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond
Now it’s time to introduce to you the most expensive smartwatch made to date. It’s the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond priced at 190,000 Swiss Francs (roughly $197,000). The watch is loaded with 589 small diamond pieces all over its body.
However, due to its subtle monochromatic design, the watch doesn’t look over flashy. It’s fit for people who love to wear diamonds without showing off too much.
Also, with 4GB of internal storage, 512 MB of RAM, and an Intel Processor, this is more than just jewelry, it’s a complete smartwatch.
It also has an AMOLED touchscreen display, GPS, health trackers, and a microphone. There is also a set accelerometer and gyroscope sensor on it. Moreover, you can pair this smartwatch with both Android and iOS-enabled devices.
Overall, in terms of features, you get all the smart features on this watch that one would expect on a flagship smartwatch.
Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 is also available in a non-diamond edition, which costs around $1500. It is still expensive but not as much as the diamond one.
If you thought you would see an Apple or Samsung Smartwatch on this list then you were totally wrong. Apple and Samsung smartwatches are expensive but they are not as expensive as these luxury smartwatches.
Apple, Samsung, Garmin make smartwatches for the general public so their budget is always in a range that most people could afford. But the smartwatches we mentioned here are meant for professionals and luxury use and hence so expensive.
Is Expensive Smartwatch Worth It?
An expensive smartwatch provides you the luxury, which no other smartwatch can provide. So yes if you are a luxury seeker then an expensive smartwatch is worth it.
What Is The Most Expensive Smartwatch?
Tag Heuer’s Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond is the most expensive watch made to date.
How Expensive Is A Smartwatch?
Flagship brand smartwatch costs between $300 to $500 but luxury watches may cost you over a hundred thousand dollars.