Tag Heuer Link Smart Phone – Exclusive Debut

On June 28, 2011, in DWU, LUXURY, STYLE, Syndicated, WATCHES, by SOURCE: aBlogtoRead.com
TAG Heuer Link Stainless Steel Black Alligator  Tag Heuer Link Smart Phone   Exclusive Debut No, it isn't a watch but it does tell the time - this is the exclusive debut of the Link Smart Phone with pictures and details.

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TAG Heuer Formula 1 Indy 500 Centennial Chronograph Watch

On June 2, 2011, in LUXURY, Syndicated, WATCHES, by SOURCE: Perpetuelle.com Blog
The 100th Indy 500 race was this past weekend, marking a major milestone for the race that has become an icon of American sports culture.  While it was Jorg Gray ambassador and driver Alex Tagliani who started the race from the coveted “Pole Position”, it was Team Bryan Herta Autosport driver Dan Wheldon who took the checkered flag.  In addition to his $2.6 million cash prize for winning the Indy 500 race, Wheldon was also presented with a limited edition TAG Heuer Formula 1 Indy 500 Centennial Chronograph (pictured below), the “Official Watch of the Indy 500.”  And now you too can own this watch — the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Indy 500 Centennial Chronograph watch is available at Tourneau and other TAG Heuer dealers with list price of $1,650.   Not a bad looking watch!

TAG Heuer Formula 1 Indy 500 Centennial Chronograph

Limited edition of 1,000 (individually numbered)

44mm stainless steel case, fixed polished bezel, 200 meter water resistance, brushed steel bracelet

dial: “brickyard” pattern, Indy 500 Cenennial logo

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Tag Heuer Monaco Mikrograph

On May 30, 2011, in DWU, LUXURY, STYLE, Syndicated, WATCHES, by SOURCE: aBlogtoRead.com
TagHeuer Monaco Mikrograph Tag Heuer Monaco Mikrograph For Only Watch 2011 Auction Tag Heuer's piece unique entry into the Only Watch 2011 charity watch auction will be this one-of-a-kind version of their new Mikrograph in a Monaco case. The Mikrograph was a limited edition of 150 pieces, retro looking model with a special 1/100th of a second chronograph movement. Tag Heuer now plays with the design and places the movement in this more futuristic looking case. While this is a one-off watch to be auctioned off, look to elements of this piece for future design directions.
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TAG Heuer MIKROTIMER Flying 1000 Concept chronograph

On March 23, 2011, in LUXURY, Syndicated, WATCHES, by SOURCE: Perpetuelle.com Blog
First Look…

Team TAG Heuer just pulled off a flawless webcast live from Basel, Switzerland.  Great job everyone involved — your highly synchronized efforts across press conference, social media (Facebook, Twitter) and blogger outreach has been simply superb and well received.  TAG used the event to announce an amazing new concept watch — the TAG Heuer MIKROTIMER Flying 1000 Concept chronograph.  I’m glad to give you an up close first look at this incredible watch, accurate to 1/1000 of a second!  Full TAG Heuer press release is here, on the TAG Heuer Feed in our Official Baselworld 2011 Forum. One thing I want to reiterate — this is a CONCEPT watch — meaning that the piece you see here is very likely one-of-a-kind with many of its specs/details are likely to be fine-tuned.  I’ll keep you posted with new det’s as I get them.

TAG Heuer MIKROTIMER Flying 1000 Concept chronograph

45mm titanium carbide coated case, titanium carbide coated pushbuttons

Tag Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 concept manual chronograph movement (3,600,000 beats per hour)

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Tag Heuer Formula 1 Analog/Digital CAC111D Watch

On December 27, 2010, in LUXURY, STYLE, Syndicated, WATCHES, by SOURCE: aBlogtoRead.com
tagheuer formula 1 Tag Heuer Formula 1 Analog/Digital CAC111D Watch Released a few years ago I believe, this cool looking Tag Heuer really flew under the radar for me. Some people are immediately going to dismiss it because it has an analog and digital face, but that has a lot of the appeal for me. Ever since the Omega X-33 became a cult hit, watches with good pedigree and a quality designs that use this style have fascinated me. With analog/digital version of the new Formula 1 design, Tag Heuer joins the ranks watches from Breitling (the Aerospace, among others), Omega, (X-33), Montblanc (Sport Titanium Digital), Bell & Ross (BR03 Type Aviation), Chopard (Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Time Attack MF), and others.

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It was such a success they needed to make more. Tag Heuer's ultra luxury Monaco V4 didn't appeal to everyone, but it still delighted them. Based on the Monaco watch case, the V4 was a tour de force of watch design and technology. The movement used small belts rather than gear trains for much of the movement. The first watch was done in platinum in a limited edition of 150 pieces. I wrote about the original Tag Heuer Monaco V4 watch here, and here. Now Tag Heuer is bringing the Monaco V4 back, in a slightly larger case (41mm wide versus 39mm wide) and in rose gold ruthenium and ceramic. The dial is almost black with various colors as well as rose gold elements. This time it will be limited to just 60 pieces. While I was a fan of the original, I like this one even more. The new contrast on the dial is great, and the larger size will suit the design - which needed the size to match its boldness. Why just 60 pieces? Not sure, but sources seem to indicate that Tag Heuer has some other exciting things in store for 2011. Not sure about price, the original was $80,000 and each sold out. This one could be a bit less as it is not in platinum. Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch reviews site aBlogtoRead.com. Filed under:

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