The Tag Heuer Aquaracer has seen many improvements since Tag Heuer introduced their first dive watch, the Pro series. This model now sports a beautiful multi-faceted bezel with a ceramic insert. The Aquaracer is that rare divers watch with an elegance that will suit any occasion, be it on the boardwalk or in the boardroom. The Aquaracer range is available with quartz or automatic three hand or chronograph movements, steel or steel and gold, ceramic or steel bezels, bracelet or fabric strap, 41 or 43mm. The choice is yours.
The Tag Heuer Carrera was first introduced by Jack Heuer in 1963. The design was perfect from the beginning and has, henceforth, required little aesthetic alteration. The classic version is clearly a favourite amongst those prominent figures at Tag Heuer because the Carrera was often used for the highest complication pieces, such as the Microgirder, Micrograph and the "Pendulum Concept" watch. In its contemporary guise it is home to the incredible value Heuer 02T tourbillon chronograph and remarkable Nanograph.
Introduced to much fanfare and critical acclaim the Tag Heuer Modular Connected Watch was the brain child of industry genius Jean Claude Biver to create a luxury wrist watch capable of a large percentage of mobile phone functionality. With more personalisation options than the Ford Transit the concept was an instant hit. Three industry giants made the dream reality: Tag Heuer, Google and Intel.
Tag Heuer (and Heuer before the amalgamation) has an unparalleled history within motorsport arenas, especially F1. The Formula 1 range offers exceptional style and functionality at an accessible price point. Available with high end quartz and mechanical movements and with gorgeous gem set models for the ladies, there truly is a Tag Heuer Formula 1 for everyone. By far, our best selling model.
Heuer became Tag Heuer in 1985 when they were purchased by Techniques D'Avant Garde. Jack Heuer, the founder's grandson, remains a leading figure. Tag Heuer are rightly proud of their innovative and class leading past. The Heritage range allows Tag Heuer to re-introduce some of the industries all time classics with up-to-date materials and manufacturing processes.
As far as I know the Tag Heuer Link is the only watch named after it's bracelet. Originally released as the S/El (Sports Elegance) range, the watch fast became known for the most wonderful bracelet design. Now a contemporary take on the stunning original, the Link range offers incredible detail and finish at the price point. Available for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate a truly elegant sports oriented watch
The Tag Heuer Monaco's wonderful heritage is often overlooked due to the fact that it now has the adopted name of The Steve McQueen. So called because the king of cool chose to wear an original version in the 1970 cult classic Le Mans. The true attraction for any watch lover should be the facts that the Monaco was the first ever square water resistant wrist watch and also the first watch to house (arguably) the first ever automatic chronograph, The Calibre 11 created by Breitling, Hamilton, Bruen and Heuer in 1969.
Tag Heuer were found in 1860 by Edouard Heuer and they still have a strong family connection through his great grandson Jack Heuer. They were the first brand to realise the importance of product placement and brand ambassadors. An eclectic range of timepieces for all budgets awaits you across the entire catalogue of Tag Heuer watches, including the practical Formula 1, the diver’s Aquaracer, the elegant Carrera, the in-house Heuer 01 and 02 and the first ever water resistant square watch and cult classic, the Monaco.