Aquaracer

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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In Depth Review- 2017 Aquaracer GMT Red/ Blue Bezel WAY201F

TAG Heuer has launched a new “Pepsi-bezel” GMT model as part of the refreshed 2017 Aquaracer 300m range. And while this is not the first Aquaracer watch with the GMT complication, it is the first time that we’ve seen this model use the blue and red bezel that harks back to the Autavia GMT of the 1960s, which used the same… Read More

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Up Close- TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300m Calibre 5 White Dial WAY2013

There’s a fresh take on the Aquaracer Calibre 5 for 2017 with this new model, reference WAY2013. Based on the larger 43mm Calibre 5 case introduced last year, this is the Aquaracer you know and love, but now with a minty-fresh white dial, black dial finishing and with brilliant orange highlights. The white and orange combination is a new one… Read More

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New for 2017- Aquaracer Camouflage and Khaki 300m Calibre 5

The 2017 Aquaracer range has been brightened up by the arrival of two military-style 300m Calibre 5 models- the “arctic blue” and Khaki camouflage models. Both watches are offered solely with a specifically designed NATO-style strap that matches the colour and pattern of the dial.The new camo models are a step away from the aquatic theme of the Aquaracer, but… Read More

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In Depth Review- Aquaracer 300m Titanium Blue, Sand and Red Editions

Colour is one of the characteristics that has historically set Heuer/ TAG Heuer apart from other brands. Whether it’s the bright 1970s Montreal or the lurid colour palette offered on the 1980s Formula 1 series, TAG Heuer has never been afraid to step outside the monochrome region of the colour wheel. Or at least that how it used to be, because… Read More

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TAG Heuer Aquaracer Lady 300m Ceramic

TAG Heuer’s Lady Aquaracer collection has gained a series of new models for 2016, each of which features a ceramic case and bracelet. The Lady collection pioneered the use of ceramics at TAG Heuer, with the launch in 2012 of the Steel & Ceramic Formula 1 Lady models. However those watches were made from steel but with a ceramic bezel and… Read More

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2016 Aquaracer 300m Calibre 5 Ceramic 43mm

There’s a new, larger Aquaracer to join the 300m Ceramic Bezel range for 2016. While the Calibre 5 3-hand watch has traditionally been 41mm, the Calibre 16 Chronograph has clocked in at a larger 43mm. However those distinctions are eliminated with the new 43mm Calibre 5 watch, which will be sold alongside its smaller brother. What are the differences other… Read More

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In Depth Review- Aquaracer 300m Ceramic Bezel Calibre 5

The refresh of TAG Heuer’s Aquaracer range is complete with the unveiling of the new Aquaracer 300m Ceramic Bezel Calibre 5, the companion watch to the Aquaracer 300m Chronograph we showed you back in April. The 300m Ceramic bezel models replace the popular Aquaracer 500m, which was part of the range since 2010. Given the similarities between the two series it was… Read More

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In Depth Review- TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300m Ceramic Calibre 16 Chronograph

It’s already been a busy 12 months for new Aquaracer models, with TAG Heuer launching a new Aquaracer 300m series including a family of 3-hand watches and chronographs. And now there is another choice to add to the mix- the Aquaracer 300m Calibre 16 Ceramic Bezel. This new model effectively starts with the steel bezel 300m Chronograph, updates the dial… Read More

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First Look: TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300m Chronograph Series

Following on from the release last year of the upgraded Aquaracer 300m watch, TAG Heuer has now released a revised Aquaracer 300m Chronograph series. The new range comprises of two automatic chronographs, including the new Calibre 45, and a single quartz chronograph. Following on from the revised watch, the most prominent features of the new chronograph are the revised case and squared-off… Read More

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In Depth Review- TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500m Calibre 7 GMT

2014 has been the year of the GMT for TAG Heuer, with Link, Carrera and Formula 1 GMT models launched. While each of these are regular production models, there is a fourth GMT watch new to the collection- the TAG Heuer Aquaracer 500m Calibre 7 GMT (Ref. WAK211A). Based on the same 41mm stainless steel case as the Calibre 5 Aquaracer 500m,… Read More

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