Spend: Tag Heuer Meridiist In­fi­nite

Luxe smart­phone with watch­maker her­itage

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Le mans, the myth

The phone’s styling is in­spired by the iconic Tag Heuer Monaco watch worn

by Steve McQueen.


per­pet­ual power

In­vis­i­ble pho­to­voltaic cells are built into the dis­play, us­ing nat­u­ral or ar­ti­fi­cial light to charge the phone.


metal ar­mour

That chas­sis is crafted en­tirely of Grade 5 ti­ta­nium, so al­though it’s pre­cious,

it’s dead tough, too.


Marathon man

Low power re­quire­ments mean you’ll get a mas­sive 28 days’ standby and seven

hours’ nat­ter­ing time.


all in the de­tail

The In­fi­nite is made up of

over 400 me­chan­i­cal com­po­nents, all of which

are hand-as­sem­bled.


ask it any­thing

The Tag badge but­ton links to your per­sonal concierge.

It’s free for 12 months, then $2,200 a year af­ter.


Pocket Watch

The top-fac­ing mini OLED

dis­play means you can check the time while your

phone’s in your pants.


Hard as nails

A sap­phire crys­tal key­pad and dis­play pro­tect against scratches and dents from

pocket de­tri­tus.



A dual SIM slot makes it ideal for trav­ellers look­ing to avoid roam­ing charges

and/or phi­lan­der­ers.


limited edi­tion

Only 1911 are be­ing made, hon­our­ing the year of Tag’s

first dash chrono­graph. $13,000, taghe uer.com, out july

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