Spend: Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite
Luxe smartphone with watchmaker heritage
Le mans, the myth
The phone’s styling is inspired by the iconic Tag Heuer Monaco watch worn
by Steve McQueen.
Invisible photovoltaic cells are built into the display, using natural or artificial light to charge the phone.
That chassis is crafted entirely of Grade 5 titanium, so although it’s precious,
it’s dead tough, too.
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
ask it anything
The Tag badge button links to your personal concierge.
It’s free for 12 months, then $2,200 a year after.
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
A dual SIM slot makes it ideal for travellers looking to avoid roaming charges
Only 1911 are being made, honouring the year of Tag’s
first dash chronograph. $13,000, taghe uer.com, out july