Last Updated on June 22, 2019 by Calibre 11
With the 2011 Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix only a few weeks away, TAG Heuer have shown their latest Limited Edition watches to mark the event.
Beginning with the first Singapore GP back in 2008, each year has seen a different model used as the basis for the Singapore Grand Prix Edition- and this year it’s a Carrera Heritage.
Once again the Singapore Edition wears a combination of black and green on both the dial and leather strap, and also like last year there is a 2011 Lady’s Singapore Edition.
Lets take a look back at each of the Singapore Grand Prix TAG Heuer watches.
2008- Grand Carrera Calibre 8 GMT
The first Singapore GP watch was quite subdued, with the green highlights on the dial limited to the central seconds hand and a small bar on the GMT window at the six o’clock position.
The 2008 watch was limited to 150 pieces.
The 2009 version turned up the volume, with several green highlights, matched to a carbon-fibre style dial.
250 of the Singapore GP Carrera were released.
The Monaco shape has only been used once for the Singapore LE, and to my eyes it’s this version that works best. The Monaco is the rarest of the Singapore watches, with only 100 being made.