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TAG Heuer - Aquaracer Automatic 43mm Titanium and Nylon Watch
TAG HeuerAquaracer Automatic 43mm Titanium and Nylon WatchSold out

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Ever since patenting the first water-resistant case back in 1895, TAG Heuer has been on a mission to create durable watches specially designed for divers - each one is tested in extreme conditions to ensure it won't crack. This 'Aquaracer' model comes complete with a unidirectional rotating bezel, Super-LumiNova®-coated hands and robust nylon strap. It's powered by an automatic Calibre 5 movement with an impressive 38-hour reserve, and has a handsome military-inspired army-green bezel and dial. We offer a five-year warranty for all working parts and manufacturing faults for luxury watches. Call our Customer Care team for more information.

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Diving watches

While luminous dials and water resistance are the defining functions of a diving watch, it is their looks that make them so desirable today. The most noticeable feature is the unidirectional rotating bezel, which is used for timing how long you’ve been underwater. Look out for heritage brands such as Oris and Officine Panerai.

TAG Heuer - Aquaracer Automatic 43mm Titanium and Nylon Watch
TAG HeuerAquaracer Automatic 43mm Titanium and Nylon WatchSold out

Unfortunately, this item will not be back in stock.

Ever since patenting the first water-resistant case back in 1895, TAG Heuer has been on a mission to create durable watches specially designed for divers - each one is tested in extreme conditions to ensure it won't crack. This 'Aquaracer' model comes complete with a unidirectional rotating bezel, Super-LumiNova®-coated hands and robust nylon strap. It's powered by an automatic Calibre 5 movement with an impressive 38-hour reserve, and has a handsome military-inspired army-green bezel and dial. We offer a five-year warranty for all working parts and manufacturing faults for luxury watches. Call our Customer Care team for more information.

Need more advice? Read the Luxury Watch Guide.

Diving watches