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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Pasadena

On the surface, the story of the Heuer Pasadena seems like a simple one: a single chronograph model available with either a black PVD or stainless steel case that stayed in the Heuer catalogue for just over three years. But while the Pasadena itself is interesting enough- another niche chronograph from the post-Chronomatic period at Heuer- the greater story of… Read More

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Ultimate Guide to the TAG Heuer Link

The Link is one of the most important TAG Heuer series, having been a critical part of the TAG Heuer collection since 1987 when it was launched as the S/el. When the watch was revamped in 1999, it was decided to change the name of the S/el, with the new name “Link” chosen to reflect the watch’s defining characteristic- the distinctive “double… Read More

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New for 2017: TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 Day-Date Blue and Anthracite

While the new design language of the Carrera series is plainly due to follow the lead of the Carrera Heuer-01, TAG Heuer hasn’t forgotten the more traditional side of the Carrera range, releasing two new Day-Date Calibre 16 models that have a familiar look. Both models use the same 43mm stainless steel case and come standard with the H-Link bracelet…. Read More

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First Look- Carrera Day-Date Calibre 16 43mm Day-Date

With TAG Heuer’s Calibre 1887 production capacity being migrated across to the renamed and revised version of that movement- the Calibre Heuer-01- TAG Heuer is replacing the range of existing Calibre 1887 Carreras with alternative movements, including this new model- the Carrera Calibre 16 43mm Day-Date. The newest Carrera effectively replaces the Carrera 1887 43mm model, a mainstay of the… Read More

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First Look: TAG Heuer Carrera NISMO Calibre 16

While the majority of TAG Heuer’s motorsport heritage and sponsorship activities has focused on Formula 1, the brand has also been a strong supporter of Le Mans entries over the last few years, supporting the works entries of both Audi and Peugeot. But for 2015, TAG Heuer has got behind the Nissan entry, one of the more…well, unusual and bold… Read More

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2015 TAG Heuer Ayrton Senna Edition Carrera & Formula 1

The partnership between TAG Heuer and Ayrton Senna has been formally revived this week with the launch of four new watches bearing Senna’s name- two Carreras and two Formula 1s. The relationship between TAG Heuer and the legendary Formula 1 triple World Champion dates back to 1988 when Senna first joined the McLaren Formula 1 team, which at the time… 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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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Kentucky

While most of Heuer’s classic 1960s and 70s chronographs were born with a strong motor racing identity, there were some exceptions, such as the Heuer Kentucky. The Kentucky was one of several models named after North American cities and icons (Daytona, Camaro, Memphis, Manhattan, Pasadena, Montreal) as Heuer focused on increasing volume in its largest market. The Kentucky also marked the… Read More

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Hands on Review: 2015 TAG Heuer Formula 1 Series

It’s time to forget everything that you thought you knew about the TAG Heuer Formula 1 series, because over the last 12 months the much-loved F1 has undergone its biggest changes in the model’s 28-year history. Yes, the watch is still entry-level in terms of pricing, but everything else has changed. Remember how the Formula 1 used to be purely… Read More

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