TAG Heuer Launches 2015 Aquaracer 300M
TAG Heuer has a long and illustrious history of making fine instruments for those who love the ocean from patenting one the first water-resistant cases for a pocket watch back in 1895 to the brand’s current role as Official Timekeeper and Official Watch of the World Surf League & Big Wave Tour. That’s why it’s only natural that TAG Heuer has a brand new watch for men who participate in outdoor sports—especially those that happen in or around the water.
The Aquaracer 300M collection gets its name from its 300-meter dive capacity but there’s much more to these stylish sports watches. This group of timepieces was designed to stand up to anything that a surfer or diver can dish out with a 300M water-resistant case, screw-in crown, unidirectional rotating bezel with six studs for a super grip and unscratchable ceramic dial with easy-to-read luminescent markers.
Each of these features has a specific function dictated by the needs of those who excel at professional watersports. The screw-in crown offers extra security at any depth while the six ergonomic studs make set up easy even while wearing gloves. Double gaskets give this watch even more water-resistance. The unidirectional bezel measures time limits or elapsed dive time and includes a safety feature that assures an accidental movement can only reduce the indicated time remaining.
The luminescent markers on hands and indexes make for easy viewing even in low light. The folding clasp comes with a double security lock to prevent accidental opening plus a special diving extension. All of this is packaged in a casual but elegant case with high grade finishing.
The TAG Heuer 2015 Aquaracer 300M comes with a ceramic bezel in 41mm or 43mm sizes. This is a watch that can perform like a champ under water and look just as good on dry land.