... in nice fall-sun-down light. The absence of the „T“ and the „Swiss“ on the subdial as well as the very low serial number (lowest so far observed one on a GMT 1st Gen) suggest this to be a potential proto-dial. Cheers, HSTE
The new Fragment Design Formula 1 (called the "Heuer 02") is my favorite TAG Heuer chronograph . . . ever. In this interview with I nternational Watch magazine , I explain why. Elevator version -- I'm a big fan of the automatic Autavias from the the 1970s
Some days ago when I took a little walk in the town I stopped by display windows of watch shops, as we all usually do. I paid attention to the brand Tag Heuer and decided on going in to look at them a bit closer. They all looked very nice. Autavia seems r
This past Thursday, June 18, TAG Heuer introduced its second collaboration with designer / streetwear legend, Hiroshi Fujiwaraa, of Fragment Design. In what was definitely a shocker to both the vintage Heuer and modern TAG Heuer communities, the new Formu
But for me, 3 watches with blue dials in a wardrobe of 13 or 14 was one too many. Especially when one of them is this 😉 : I agree that the gradient blue dial on the Santos is terrific. I'm also intrigued by the new gray dial model, but have yet to see it
Here are some Heuer I could see all along these years which could well be a kind of ideal Heuer Collection. Let's start with the iconic Monaco. A watch I like a lot but which, strangely, doesn't work once on my wrist. Then, a " Bund Sternzeit Reguliert "
Collecting vintage Heuer Autavias is a very interesting topic. Some of them were made for military use (Argentina Air Force), there are "Skipper" versions, there are "Mareographe" versions, there are the GMT versions and there are the plain 2446 (three su