TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph Anthracite

  • http://www.heuerwatches.net Peter Moller

    I WANT ONE A STEEL VERSION OF THIS FANTASTIC WATCH THAT I CAN AFFORD!

    If I had the money for the rose-gold (and if I wanted to use SFr. 50.000,- on a watch)I would definitely prefer the brown over the anthracite. And I agree that the grey strap is wrong on a gold watch.

    Have a nice weekend

    Peter, Denmark

  • DC

    Hi Peter,

    Yes, I'd love a stainless steel version- maybe with the Calibre 36 movement…and a much reduced price. After TAG sold the Carrera 360 series they used several of those design elements on a mainstream Carrera, so there'd be a good chance that they'll do the same here.

    Reckon I'd also go for the brown version.

    Cheers

    David

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  • Mark

    Yes, I like the radial starburst dial but the brown dial and strap harmonises much better with the rose gold case.

    The anthracite one might have been better in a steel, white gold or low-polish platinum case – I think the strap would work then, it's the case that is the odd one out here for me. In fact, it might have been in keeping with the movement to be a bit experimental with the case material and gone for grey gold – gold alloyed with some of silver, manganese, copper, nickel and/or iron.

  • Jed

    I have admired this watch since it came out.The grey dial is beautiful, but would be even nicer if they used it in conjunction with a steel or titanium case. I think gold is a bit tacky on a tool watch and I am probably not the only one who wants my money to go into a spectacular movement, rather than overinflated precious metals that scratch easily. Hopefully this movement will trickle down to some less expensive watches.

    It is still amazing how far Tag Heuer has come since the days of their bland "6 features" years. The better the brand gets, the more valuable my 70's Heuers will be.

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  • Annunci Orologi

    I like it very much! It's a dream!

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