TAG Heuer has just introduced the new Carrera Chronograph, in four colors. 42 millimeter chronograph, powered by the Heuer 02 movement. Here is my Album, with loads of photos of the new watch, and some of the vintage predecessors -- And my initial impressions of the watch, here -- Quick Summary --
. . . and with the asking prices of the original Skipperreras ranging from $60,000 to $110,000 in today's market, the Hodinkee Limited Edition offers in interesting alternative to get the colors of the original at a more reasonable price.
Last night, I took some photos of the Hodinkee Limited Edition Skipper, from June 2017. This was a limited edition of 125 watches, that was based on the very first Skipper from 1968. With the LE, TAG Heuer took some liberties, which seem appropriate to me -- 30 minute register instead of 15 minute c
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 and 80s, and this new Formula 1 incorporates
I had promised to do some research regarding the markings inside the case-backs of the Quartermasters in my collection, so here is the report. I looked at three watches, as follows: Movement serial number 1305127: black dial with the usual "club" shaped (fat) hands -- inside case-back marked only "L
Is it OK, in a posting on one of your forums, to include links to postings on other websites? For example, if I write about a vintage Heuer watch on OnTheDash, may I link to it from a WatchProSite posting? My apology if this is covered elsewhere on WatchProSite, but I can't find it. Thanks, Jeff