Edge

What’s that? You’ve never heard of the TAG Heuer Edge? The Edge was designed as a low-cost entry model to be sold alongside the Formula 1, but the range was scrapped after LVMH acquired TAG Heuer and decided to reposition the brand up-market. Despite this, several Edge prototype cases made it onto the secondary market, meaning we now know how this model would have looked.

There were both 3-hand watch and Chronograph models planned along with several dial colours.

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TAG Heuer Edge Chronograph Prototype

One of my favourite stories on Calibre 11 was the article from 2011 that finally revealed the truth behind a TAG Heuer that never was: The TAG Heuer Edge. The Edge was developed in the late 1990s as a new, entry-level model. Despite several thousand cases having been made, the acquisition of TAG Heuer by LVMH spelt the end for… Read More

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Up Close- TAG Heuer Edge

In the late 1990s TAG Heuer began to develop a radically new model range that was to complement the Formula 1 series at the lower-end of the market. That watch was called the Edge. But despite a small production run, the Edge never made it to market and was cancelled by management in 1999. Some of the unused cases found… Read More

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