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TAG Heuer launches its debut Fashion smartwatch

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He renowned Swiss watch manufacturer TAG Heuer might have been producing watches for more than 150 decades, but this week marked the launching of its debut smartwatch. The TAG Heuer Connected is a far cry from TAG’s basic mechanical chronographs — it’s powered by Intel Inside and runs Google’s Android Wear functioning system. And it has got people talking.
The watch was launched in New York City by TAG Heuer charismatic CEO Jean-Claude Biver, who had been eager to point out that unlike a lot of the contest — he did not name names — his name is a connected watch that looks like a standard watch.
Which it does — sort of. However, the dial is unmistakably composed of pixels (360×360 of them at 240ppi of these, in fact). read more

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The Unsung Star of Kingsman: The Golden Circle

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If you haven’t figured out that Man of Many is a huge fan of the Kingsman franchise by now then you should probably read our other posts here, here, here and here, or read our exclusive interview with lead actor Taron Egerton here. Having just laughed our way through the second instalment Kingsman: The Golden Circle, we thought we’d give you guys a run down of one of our favourite characters, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45, even if it did go uncredited. read more

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Win a TAG Heuer Monaco Watch Valued at US$5,350!

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If you’re a fan of retro, the TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 12 delivers in spades. It’s a re-edition and modern take on the original 1969 watch, the Monaco. The bold square bezel is contrasted against radial hour indices with a striking blue face contrasted against red highlights.

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With a relatively small 39mm case diameter, it’s a tasteful statement piece on the wrist that’s faithful to the original. It’s powered by the TAG Heuer Calibre 12 automatic chronograph movement with a power reserve of about 40 hours. With Saphire glass that has an anti-reflective treatment, the watch is water resistant to 100M. Al5l of this is complemented by a blue alligator leather strap. read more

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TAG Heuer x Bamford Personalized Watches Make a Great Thing Even Greater

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Britain’s Bamford Watch Department has made a name for itself by customising distinguished timepieces, and recently launching their own line. In October, the company worked its magic on a handful of TAG Heuer’s legendary watches, and the results are naturally phenomenal. Owners are able to customise choice the colour on virtually every feature, from the dial to the logo to the markers to everything in between. read more

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The Wind Up – Watch News #52

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In this instalment of our regular watch series, The Wind Up, we take a look at a celebratory timepiece from TAG Heuer, a super contemporary beauty from Girard-Perregaux and a winning piece from the kings of haute horlogerie, Greubel Forsey. So as always, sit back, relax and enjoy!

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The Wind Up – Watch News #51

The Wind Up – Watch News #50

While there’s no debate anymore around the beauty of the new Vintage assortment by Bell & Ross, these new Bellytanker versions add some charm and originality, for those who want something much more or something different, compared to classical black dial versions. The copper colour makes them quite unique and truly vintage.

The Wind Up – Watch News #49

Girard-Perregaux Laureato Ceramic

Girard-Perregaux’s controversial Laureato is back, and this time in a super appealing ceramic package. This is a brilliant timepiece that has just gotten a hell of a lot better. The revelation of the Laureato is that it steps into the market dominated by the Royal Oak, the Nautilus and the Overseas, and like a breath of fresh air, it’s given the consumer so much buying power. The ceramic version holds its own as a very chic, very modern timepiece that has charisma and presence, but at the same time is quite unassuming. There is very little more for me to say, apart from expressing just how excited I am to see what GP will bring out next. Deep, dark and ominous, the Laureato Ceramic is just what GP needs to bring them into the 21st century. read more