Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: TAG Heuer Link

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Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: TAG Heuer Link

Post by Racer-X » June 17th 2020, 4:41pm

"Welcome back to Wrist Game or Crying Shame, the weekly series that often brings back memories from your halcyon days. Let’s see if the TAG Heuer Link Chronograph moistens your eyes for the right or wrong reasons. But first…

Last week, I showed you the Glashütte Original Senator Navigator. Even though that watch used a design heavily inspired by WW2 bomber watches, you felt it was “Original” enough to land a 58% Wrist Game win. For the proponents, I agree with you — great watch! This week’s subject won’t take its inspiration from anything nearly that old, but the TAG Heuer Link Chronograph has certainly inspired me to travel back in time. Let’s go for a ride."


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Re: Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: TAG Heuer Link

Post by koimaster » June 17th 2020, 11:01pm

conjurer wrote:
June 17th 2020, 4:45pm
This watch is making my dick harder than it's been since 1999.

Limpy, is that you?
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Re: Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: TAG Heuer Link

Post by SynMike » June 17th 2020, 11:35pm

I used to own one of those. I think I've owned 5 or 6 Link models back when my wife and I had a liquidation business. That model didn't seem to match the price so it didn't stay in my personal collection for very long. I opted for a much cheaper, soulless, quartz version. Then I moved that one in favor of the next generation because I liked the new bezel. Here are those 2.

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I still have this one:

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Re: Wrist Game Or Crying Shame: TAG Heuer Link

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » June 18th 2020, 2:40pm

The first time I've ever seen the TAG Heuer Link was in The Bourne Identity, years ago. That bracelet made me remember it. However, that bracelet is also the reason for which I wouldn't ever want one of these.
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