Tag Heuer Dive Watches
Last month, famed watch retailer Bucherer teamed up with Swiss TAG Heuer to release the latest in their growing series of “Blue Edition” releases. With a history spanning back to 1888, the Lucerne-based watch and jewelry house has also managed to foster lasting relationships with the brands they carry – often releasing exclusive models with “Bucherer Blue” as a central design theme.
As women can be judged by their handbags, thus men can be judged by their watches. In this anything-but-ordinary election cycle, we look back at the timepiece styles of U.S. presidents to see what’s changed and how our country’s leaders’ personal styles stack up. Since 1789, every American leader has carried or worn a watch of some kind.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln all carried pocket watches, to be sure, as that was the fashion.
Specifically designed for underwater activity, diver watches have surpassed the technology of traditional underwater timepieces in a modern era, combining appealing aesthetics with functionality. Traditionally, diver watches have a water resistance of 200-300m and are specifically designed for aquatic use. With classic designs and highly technological features, this type of watch is anything but limiting or difficult to wear.
In October of 2015, the monthly giveaway watch was a Squale 2002 Collection 1000 Meter Automatic Dive watch. The winner was James H. from Norton, Massachusetts, USA, and after enjoying his new timepiece, he has shared with us a watch winner review for you. According to James and all the other watch winners who share their experiences with the world. And don't forget to enter here for a chance to win this month's giveaway for a TAG Heuer watch and Indianapolis 500 Race experience. Here is James' review:
If Apple snatched headlines early this year, it was left to Tag Heuer to dominate the airwaves in recent weeks with the announcement of its highly own smart watch. The TAG Heuer Connected is the brand's 21st-century foray into timekeeping and more, the first watch developed by a Swiss watchmaker to feature Android Wear with Intel inside.