TAG Heuer Motors Back to 1963

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TAG Heuer Motors Back to 1963

Post by koimaster » September 19th 2020, 10:35pm

In its 160th anniversary year, TAG Heuer has placed its focus, as one might expect, on its most iconic watch model, the motorsport-inspired Carrera. Thus far, we have seen two retro-look special editions and a new collection outfitted with the in-house Caliber Heuer 02. The Swiss brand’s latest Carrera family, launched this week, adopts the understated look of the earliest model from 1963 — minus the now-familiar tachymeter bezel — for a streamlined, elegant alternative.

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Re: TAG Heuer Motors Back to 1963

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » September 20th 2020, 9:58am

The grey one looks cool. The black one too. The design could do without the 80h power reserve claptrap on the dial, though.
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Re: TAG Heuer Motors Back to 1963

Post by Nuvolari » September 20th 2020, 6:02pm

I don’t like revisionist history. If you want it to look and feel like 1963 then at least lose the TAG moniker...
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