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January … they really were simpler times: no global pandemic and no lockdowns. The first month of 2020 also saw TAG Heuer completely and utterly steal the show at LVMH’s Dubai Watch Week with the limited edition, nigh-on faultless Carrera 160 Years Silver. In fact, it was such a good timepiece that T+T founder Andrew McUtchen said it “might be the perfect watch”. Sadly, however, it wasn’t perfect, because TAG only made 1860 of those beauties, and they sold out almost instantly.
https://timeandtidewatches.com/tag-heue ... d-edition/
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Beautiful watch. Too bad nobody will ever see one. These limited editions get scarfed up and hidden in sock drawers.
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I can't defend TH, though I used to. I have three TH watches that are a couple of decades old (two from the Classic 2000 series, one the immeidate precursor to the auto Aquaracers before the "Calibre Whatever" designations), and they're good watches. But in the past decade or so, TH is the master of the price gouge, such as quartz Aquaracers for 2400 smackers, and the meaningless endorsement drivel featuring no-talent youth-market morons such as Alec Monopoly and Cara Delevingne makes me puke. In my rear view mirror.
As for this watch, it seems nice. Still overpriced by at least 800 bucks.
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