A smart help center for wristwatches can offer a variety of functions to help customers with their purchases and use of the product. Here are a few examples:

1. Product information: Provide detailed information about the features and specifications of the watch, including technical specifications, battery life, and compatibility with different devices.

2. User manuals: Offer downloadable user manuals in multiple languages to help customers understand how to set up and use the watch.

3. Troubleshooting: Include a troubleshooting section to help customers diagnose and fix common issues, such as connectivity problems or battery issues.

4. FAQs: Create a frequently asked questions (FAQs) section to address common questions and concerns customers may have about the watch.

5. Warranty and returns: Clearly outline the warranty and return policy for the watch, including information on how to make a claim or return a product.

6. Contact: Provide multiple ways for customers to contact support, such as email, phone, live chat and social media.

7. Live chat support: Offer live chat support to help customers with any issues or questions they may have about the watch in real-time.

8. Remote support: Provide remote support through a mobile application or a web application that can remotely connect to the watch to help troubleshoot issues.

9. Video tutorials: Create video tutorials to help customers learn how to use the watch and its different features.

10. Community forum: Create a community forum where customers can share tips, ask questions and share their experiences with the watch.

Note: Make sure that the help center is easy to navigate and searchable and also ensure that the help center is available in multiple languages.