The best pieces of wearable tech aren't just from tech brands anymore, with likes of Tag Heuer, Breitling and Montblanc joining Apple and co in the smart watch game
The Swiss watch purists were wrong: smart watches aren't a fad. On the contrary, these tech-loaded timepieces have become a mainstay of the horological world (much to its initial chagrin), and more importantly, have been fully embraced by some of the oldest manufacturers this side of the Jura.
But with a wider choice comes deeper deliberation. What's the difference between a fully digital dial, and a 'smart optimised' analog? What features will actually aid your day-to-day? And which would be totally useless? To answer these questions, and more, we've picked through the best smart watches on the market to suit your no doubt very busy, hectic and urbane lifestyle.