TAG Heuer unveils new all-green Aquaracer
The TAG Heuer Aquaracer has gone all-green.
For those unaware, the Aquaracer is TAG Heuer's driver-focussed line of watches. Fittingly then, the new green matches the blue and green colours found in the ocean.
The dial is just as legible as ever, and it remains one of TAG's most approachable watches from a price perspective.
The new green colour is splashed all over the dial, and the unidirectional bezel. You also get a screw-down crown, luminescent hands and markers, as well as a double secure clasp. The face is protected by ultra-hardy sapphire crystal.
All that means that water isn't going to get into the new Aquaracer, and it's resistant rated to 300 metres.
The new model clacks in at 43-millimetres, and is characterised by its panel-style stripes along the the dial. The indices and the hands are rhodium plated.
Under the hood, you get TAG Heuer's in-house Calibre 5 movement, that allows for the date, hours, minutes and seconds – as well as 38-hours of power-saving. There is a handy cyclops magnification over the date window.
The new TAG Heuer Aquaracer in green is available in TAG Huer boutiques across the Middle East right now.
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