In deep ocean blue, or intense black for a more timeless watch, the new steel Aquaracer models are unflinchingly sporty and elegant, for the active modern woman.
Aquaracer. Ever the pioneer, in 1892, Edouard Heuer filed the first patent for a watertight case in the history of watchmaking. It was an immediate success. Since that time, the Aquaracer (a collection created in 2003) has continued to evolve, becoming a sports watch beloved by men and women in equal measure. While available in various sizes and materials, the ceramic models in particular were a huge success last year.
This year, TAG Heuer is releasing a brand new version for women, in steel with a natural mother-of-pearl dial in a semi-transparent blue or black lacquer (a first for TAG Heuer), finished with a ceramic bezel and a tone-on-tone rubber strap with a satin finish. In an elegant 35 mm size and water-resistant to 300 metres, this sports-inspired watch clearly draws on the collection’s iconic design with a 12-sided uni-directional rotating bezel featuring 6 polished catches and presented here in ceramic, an ideal material that offers unequalled scratch resistance.
Finally, for a touch of glamour, the dial is set with 11 diamonds with settings – and the bezel can be set with 35 diamonds for a total weight of 0.59 carats. A completely steel strap is also available for sports enthusiasts, with links alternating between their brushed outer and polished centre.
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