Swiss brand Mondaine unveiled their smartwatch with an analogue face last year. It is thought to be the first Swiss watch to combine traditional watchmaking with connected technologies.
Tag Heuer's Connected has a unique digital "analogue" dial, giving the feel of a traditional Swiss timepiece but having the functionality of a Smartwatch. It's thought to be doing so well on the market that an entire collection of new models is set for 2017.
Tissot's is arguably the biggest smartwatch launch of Baselworld 2016. Solar-powered, it builds on the brand's ground-breaking T-Touch tactile dial technology. This is the first of three planned smartwatch launches by the brand this year.
Tokyo-based wearable brand Veldt was established in 2012. Their luxury analogue smartwatch was initially developed with the concept of "creating time away from the screen". This year is their Baselworld debut, where they will be unveiling a collaboration with Kyoto Denim. The latest model of the Veldt Serendipity comes with a unique "MIP" (Most Important Person) function, which limits messages displayed on the watch to people who you pre-select.
This year Frederique Constant has added a world timer to the new version of its Horological Smartwatch. With no digital screen the watch's hands analogically display information, but it connects to your smartphone, tracking sleep patterns, walking and running activity.
Breitling's B55 puts your smartphone at the service of the watch, rather than the other way round and is another in the trend toward connected Swiss fitness watches.
Montblanc's solution to the smartwatch is the E-strap, a device attached to the watchstrap, allowing the watch itself to remain classical.
Gucci collaborated with will.i.am on their first luxury smartwatch. You can use it to make calls, send and receive texts, hold music and access maps, all without connecting to a phone.
The Samsung Gear S2 by de GRISOGONO the former's technology with the latter's fine jewelery expertise. The watch features over 100 black and white diamonds, and allows the wearer to access apps, notifications, and activity trackers.
The Huawei Watch can be synced with mobile apps and provides reminders on its changing screen.
The Pebble Time Round, which launched last September, weighs a mere 28 grams, it's about half the weight of the smallest Apple Watch.
One the other end, the glowing Movado BOLD mimics a sportier mechanical watch style.