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What’s the difference between the TAG Heuer Connected 46mm, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm, and the TAG Heuer Connected 41mm?

The software’s exactly the same—both run on Wear OS™. It’s the hardware that makes the two watches different. 

Size
The TAG Heuer Connected 46mm measures 46mm in diameter, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm measures 45mm, and the TAG Heuer Connected 41mm measures 41mm.

Modularity
You can change the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm’s strap/bracelet, lugs, buckle and module (head) at any time, with a single click - so you can update your watch to match your mood or style, whenever you like. To give you even more choice, a 3-hands mechanical module, a tourbillon mechanical module and a 3-counters mechanical module are also compatible with the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm. 

You can change the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41mm’s strap/bracelet, lugs, and module (head) at any time, with a single click - so you can also update your watch to match your mood or style, whenever you like. 

The TAG Heuer Connected 46mm isn’t modular, but you can tailor the watch to your style by changing the strap and buckle with the help of a watch specialist. Please visit your local TAG Heuer store and they’ll be happy to help.

Water resistance
The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm and 41mm are water resistant to 50m/5ATM. The Tag Heuer Connected 46mm is water resistant, but it’s not waterproof. It has a water resistance rating of IP67, under IEC standard 60529. It shouldn’t be used for watersports and other activities in or on water, but it’ll stand up to any small splashes - such as when you’re washing your hands.

Sensors
On top of the sensors the TAG Heuer Connected 46mm is fitted with, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45mm and 41mm also have GPS, NFC and an ambient light sensor.

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