New Super Mario-Themed Wear OS Smartwatch Available This Week

A familiar companion on your wrist

A Super Mario-themed Wear OS watch is coming soon so you can sport your favorite video game hero on your wrist. 

The Connected Watch Limited Edition collaboration between Tag Heuer and Nintendo is available this Thursday for $2,150. The watch features various Mario-themed watch faces and animations. 

Super Mario smartwatch

Tag Heuer

The watch also will encourage you to reach your step or activity goals with a different Mario animation—such as the Super Mushroom, Pipe, Super Star, and Goal Pole—each time you get closer to your daily goal. There are also different watch face options: from a classic watch face look, an animated digital clock option, and one that sports Mario on the front above the time. 

According to Engadget, Tag is considering making the watch faces and skins available on other editions of the Connected Watch in the future. 

Aside from the watch face, the watch’s bezels showcase Super Mario-themed icons, and the band comes either in red, to match Mario’s iconic outfit, or plain black leather. 

Tag’s website says the watch has pulse measurements, GPS localization, and water resistance. You also can access the usual Wear OS features, such as Google Assistant, Google Calendar, weather updates, and more, on the Super Mario watch. 

"The watch will also encourage you to reach your step or activity goals with a different Mario animation each time you get closer to your daily goal."

Only 2,000 Super Mario Connected Watches will be made, so if you’re a die-hard fan, act fast in case these watches sell out. Tag’s line of Connect smartwatches usually starts at $1,800, but the unique Super Mario details in this model may make the price worth it for some.

Tag isn't the first company to introduce a Mario-themed smartwatch. Back in 2018, Apple released limited edition Super Smash Bros. smartwatch faces that would showcase a different Super Smash character each time you raised your wrist to check the time.

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