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TAG Heuer Aquaracer Lady Calibre 9 Automatic
TAG Heuer's sporty, elegant model relaunched with a Calibre 9 automatic movement.
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. Also cherished by TAG Heuer, this highly technical sub-aquatic collection is synonymous with reliability, freedom and surpassing oneself.
This year sees TAG Heuer launch a brand new women's version equipped with a Calibre 9 automatic movement. Water resistant to 300 metres, this sporty watch displays the iconic codes of the Aquaracer collection.
It has a 12-sided unidirectional rotating bezel featuring 6 polished lugs, and hands and indices covered with white SuperLuminova™ for enhanced visibility and optimal legibility in deep water. New features on this version include the striated dial, the date window with magnifier and the second hand with arrow. It also boasts the distinctive technical characteristics of the Aquaracer Automatic collection.
In steel with a magnificent dial in black or white mother of pearl, the diameter of this model is an elegant 32 mm. The Aquaracer Lady is also available with a dial set with eleven 1.40 mm diamonds (0.11 ct) for a touch of added glamour. The bracelet is also steel, for optimal comfort, and alternates brushed links on the outside with polished links in the centre.
A highly technical model for today's active woman who wants a watch suitable for all occasions.
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