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TAG Heuer was created in 1986 when the Techniques d’Avant Garde (TAG) acquired Heuer SA and changed the brand’s name to TAG Heuer. The new ownership set about revitalising the Heuer range, adding major new models, such as the Formula 1 and the S/el sports series.

TAG Heuer was briefly listed on the stock exchange, before being acquired by LVMH in 1999, where the brand joins Hublot, Zenith and Bulgari as the group’s key watchmaking brands. Techniques d’Avant Garde no longer has any involvement in the company, despite its name remaining.

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From the Vault- the Inside Story of the TAG Heuer Edge

One of the favourite stories that we’ve told over the years is the tale behind the TAG Heuer Edge, a new entry-level series planned for launch in the early 2000s, but ultimately cancelled at the last minute. We showed you what the production watch would have looked like, and spoke with then- CEO Stéphane Linder (who was Head of Product… Read More

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TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Calibre 5- In Depth Review

While the new Aquaracer Professional 300 maintains the same silhouette as the previous model, make no mistake that the new watch represents a significant step forward for the Aquaracer line. There’s a re-profiled and polished case, a redesigned caseback, new bracelet and rubber straps, an updated dial, new hands and a revised bezel. It’s a long list. So it’s somehow… Read More

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TAG Heuer x Fragment Design Heuer 02- In Depth Review (Ref. CAZ201A)

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