TAG Heuer is massively famous for its auto heritage and its dashing chronographs. Be that as it may, the brand likewise has rich nautical and water-sport certifications, specifically with the Aquaracer dive watch collection. Dispatched in 2004/2005 as an immediate relative of the 2000 arrangement, the Aquaracer line is currently one of the mainstays of the TAG Heuer portfolio. It comprises an assortment of generally available models. TAG Heuer has made another addition to the collection with an emerald green Aquaracer Caliber 5.
As you would have speculated, the most particular element of this new interpretation of the exemplary Aquaracer is its eye-getting clear green dial. On the off chance that tones involve personal taste, it unquestionably brings a new, current touch to the model – something very not the same as the typical dark of dark blue dial. The dial’s horizontal striped example is matched with glowing markers and hands giving sufficient contrast. The date indication at 3 o’clock is amplified by a “cyclops” lens.
The 43mm case is made of hardwearing hardened steel. It includes a faceted unidirectional pivoting bezel with six paws, numerals inked in dark and a brilliant zero marker. The crown is screw-down similar to the steel caseback that is enhanced with the traditional Aquaracer “plunging head protector”. The water-opposition is evaluated at 300m or 30 ATM.
The TAG Heuer Aquaracer green dial is controlled by the programmed type 5 (in light of the attempted and-tried Sellita SW 200-1). It shows the hours, the minutes, the seconds and the date. Running at 28,800 vibrations each hour, its force hold is of 38 hours. A strong, dependable workhorse that guarantees a reasonable price.
The watch is introduced on a lively 3-connect steel arm band with a plunging extension. It is gotten to the wrist by a twofold security collapsing fasten. The cost of this TAG Heuer Aquaracer Green Dial (ref. WAY2015.BA0927) is set at CHF 2,200, EUR 2,050 or USD 2,300. For more information, kindly visit www.tagheuer.com .