Aquaracer

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The Aquaracer name was first offered in 2004, when a new variant of the 2000 series was branded as the “2000 Aquaracer”. The success of those watches helped convince TAG Heuer to rename the 2000 collection to “Aquaracer”, a name that continues today.

The Aquaracer range offers a full range of automatic and quartz options and in the past has included a digital/ analogue combination model.

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TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Night Diver- In Depth Review (Ref. WBP201D)

The Night Diver is back. Following the release of the updated Aquaracer Professional 300 series back in April, we now have an all-black model with an all-lume dial, reprising the famous “Night Diver” watches from the mid-1980s. The “Night Diver” name comes from the Super-LumiNova coated dial- while most dials don’t glow, but have hour-markers that do, the Night Diver… 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 Aquaracer Bamford Limited Edition (WAY208F)- First Look

Bamford Watch Department (BWD) is back with another TAG Heuer collaboration, this time a limited edition Aquaracer that draws inspiration from the great Heuer dive watches from the past. While BWD continues to offer customised TAG Heuers in every colour of the rainbow, the 2020 TAG Heuer x Bamford edition is the second official model from the mind of George… Read More

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2020 TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300m Collection- First Look

The Aquaracer 300m has served as TAG Heuer’s artistic canvas over the last few years. We’ve had bright blue, red and sand back in 2016, blue camouflage and khaki in 2017, carbon-effect dials in 2018 and a full lume “Nightdiver” in 2019. Being TAG Heuer’s aquatic series makes the watch perfect for summer colours, and again in 2020 we have… Read More

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First Look: 2020 TAG Heuer Aquaracer Calibre 7 GMT (Ref. WAY201T)

With the onslaught of the usual Basel launches delayed due to the impact of COVID-19, we have the chance to shine the spotlight on one of the lower-profile 2020 TAG Heuers- the new Aquaracer Calibre 7 GMT, reference WAY201T. GMT, of course, stands for Greenwich Mean Time, and is used in the watch world to indicate a watch that shows… Read More

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TAG Heuer Aquaracer- The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

While much of TAG Heuer’s range is focused on motorsport, the Aquaracer range stands apart as TAG Heuer’s water sport and diving watch range. The origins of the Aquaracer stretch back to 1982 when Jack Heuer launched what would be the last model introduced under his stewardship: the Heuer 2000. Like many of TAG Heuer’s watches, the range was renamed… Read More

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TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300m Nightdiver- In Depth Review (Ref. WAY108A)

The new TAG Heuer Aquaracer Nightdiver is a modern watch that owes a lot to its past. Fans of the fabulous TAG Heuer 1000 quartz dive watch series of the 1980s and 90s will remember the “glow dial” models of that range. Rather than a standard dial with luminous hour markers, the Glow dial watches has distinctive lime/ yellow colour… Read More

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