CRISTIANO RONALDO Now has his own TAG HEUER Watch.
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TAG Heurer MIKROGIRDER hauled the Best Technical Innovation Award at the 9th edition of the Middle East Premier Watches, Jewellery and Pens Award ceremony held in Bahrain.
Amer Al Ansari, Managing Partner for Trafalgar General Trading – TAG Heuer Middle official retailer in Kuwait, oversaw the 9th edition of the Middle East Premier Award ceremony, also coined the ‘Industry Oscars’, which presents award categories: 10 watch, five jewelry and five pens. The award ceremony, by invitation only, welcomed over 300 high profile guests, all party to a luxurious dinner reception in the Al Noor Ballroom at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Bahrain November 19, 2013.
Distinguished guests applauded and congratulated industry watch makers recognized for their distinct creativity and skill to incorporate both beauty and technology in the designs of their luxury watches. TAG Heuer MIKROGIRDER’s haul of the Best Technical Innovation award came with some of the most notable industry watch makers vying for the prestigious award. MIKROGIRDER’s A-List watch contenders included Cartier Rotonde de Cartier Astrotourbillon Carbon Crystal watch and Van Cleef & Arpels Lady Arpels Ballerine Enchantée, brands known for seamlessly incorporating elaborate complications with innovative movements in the technical design of their watches.
TAG Heuer MIKROGIRDER is impervious to gravity reducing isochronous error. It is capable of precisely measuring time to 5/10,000th of a second . Mikrogirder also features a new mechanical regulator – cultivated from three centuries of hairspring/balance wheel mechanical regulators. TAG Heuer’s latest introduction of its impressive 5/10,000th of a second chronograph beats at 7,200,000 beats per hour – such amazing technical features that undoubtedly contributed to its win for the Best Technical Innovation Award.
Written by Debra Stoddard
TAG Heuer’s MONACO collection allures watch and sports enthusiasts around the world. Their new MONACO Chronograph races ahead of the pack with its midnight black opalin dial, titanium carbide coated case, and a transparent smoked sapphire case back flashing the ACM logo. The tradition of the Automobile Club de Monaco began in the late 1890’s. The current name was adopted on March 29, 1925, and the first Monaco Grand Prix was held on April 14, 1929. The new MONACO collection holds true to the notorious Steve McQueen MONACO in shape, but that is where it stops.
While Steve McQueen’s MONACO version made the collection a must have, this version appeals to the edgier sports enthusiast. The hand-applied, rhodium-plated indexes and white, luminescent markers on the minute and hour hands contrast skillfully against the black dial. The titanium carbide coating hugs the steel case like a racecar on the final lap. The second hand has an orange tip making it easy for timing purposes. The chronograph push buttons are high polished, and they have titanium carbide coated protectors. At the finish line, the watch wraps around your wrist with a black leather strap with an orange “Sahara” lining matching the second hand’s tip. The steel folding buckle completes the look, and its added protection includes a safety push button release on the clasp.
Things to Avoid:
The new MONACO Calibre 12 Chronograph is a 39 mm timepiece. This means the watch looks best on a medium build or larger. It’s a very cool looking watch that attracts attention from all generations of men, but the limited availability and $8,200 price TAG Heuer keeps it just out of reach for many watch fans. Overall, it is a great timepiece to own as a collector, sports or watch enthusiast, or to gift to someone celebrating a grand accomplishment.
By Debra Stoddard
Diamonds that dazzle and a snow white ceramic bezel display a crisp and cool personality, showing Tag Heuer hasn’t forgotten the ladies this year. Tag Heuer’s Formula 1 Steel and ceramic diamond bezel is a beauty that Maria Sharapova calls her favorite watch. On top of being an amazing athlete, she is an ambassador for Tag Heuer. She is regularly seen out sporting her own Formula 1 watch.
The beauty of this watch is that it is sporty and fun. It’s not overly embellished with diamonds or ornate décor; it’s an everyday watch that has true functionality. The ceramic bezel displays the seconds’ counter, while the interior of the dial has a date window at the three o’clock position, the traditional TAG logo at the twelve o’clock position, and the Formula 1 stamp at the six o’clock position. Another nice feature that shows this watch is more than just a pretty face is the hands and indexes are luminescent. This makes the watch easy to read, day or night. The bracelet is polished steel with the inner links being white ceramic. It has a butterfly folding clasp which is very user friendly.
200 m water resistance
Luminescent hands and indexes
Scratch resistant sapphire crystal
60 diamond weighing .35 ct on the bezel
Date window at the 3 o’clock position
This is a beautiful watch created by Swiss watchmakers in the heart of Geneva. The design aspect is functional and beautiful. The watch is easy to read at any time. The white ceramic is very popular and great for any outfit. Diamonds accent the bezel, though it won’t prove too flashy for everyday use. Maria Sharapova wears this watch regularly. The bracelet is comfortable on your wrist. As long as the crown on the watch is screwed down, this is a watch you can go swimming in without worrying. Above all, it’s a great watch with a modest price.
The size of the watch maybe be too large for some wrists. The diamonds are beautiful, but some women do not want diamonds on their everyday watch. It depends on the type of lifestyle you live and what you want out of your watch.
The Tag Heuer ladies Formula 1 watch is a great watch for ladies with an active lifestyle that want a little bit of diamonds in their daily wardrobe. It is functional and fashionable combining the best of both worlds for women on the go.
Written by Sarah Peel