Few watches resonate with Australians quite as much as those made by TAG Heuer. Why? Perhaps it’s their rich automotive heritage, the legendary Calibre 11 chronograph or maybe just the masculine good looks of the watches. Regardless of the reason, Time+Tide is proud to be the Australian home of TAG Heuer online.

INTRODUCING: The TAG Heuer Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Limited Edition

It may have been made to celebrate an event that, like everything else this year, has been cancelled, but that hasn't stopped TAG Heuer from unveiling a new, high-octane variant of its iconic moniker – the TAG Heuer Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Limited Edition. Mouthful of a name aside, this latest iteration of the squared-off icon has been made, rather obviously, to celebrate the wonderful Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, which TAG Heuer is the official timekeeper for. The motorsport event is a stunning two-day spectacle that sees historic race cars from yesteryear being belted around the fabled circuit at indecent speeds. It was set to be held May 8 to 10 … but it's since been black flagged due to COVID-19, which is such a shame. Regardless, the timepiece itself appears to be a very good-looking iteration of the legendary namesake, so let's take a closer look. The biggest talking point of the new watch, by far, is the motorsport-inspired red and white dial, which aims to pay homage to some of the most iconic race car liveries ever to grace the seaside principality's famed street circuit. It's a very cleverly designed dial – one that… Read More

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INTRODUCING: The TAG Heuer Formula 1 Racing Green is a gleaming green engine for the wrist

Unless you're colour-blind, it's patently obvious that green watches are the thing right now in watch world. It's not just our industry that's going through a green renaissance either – the highly versatile colour has also championed the revolution of custom, factory-painted sportscars. Don't believe me? Check out this Insta page. See what we mean? The verde adoration is real. With this in mind, it borders on bizarre that TAG Heuer hadn't already created a green-dialled version of their motorsport-inspired Formula 1 chronograph. If ever a watch could lay claim to ultimate automotive and motorsport inspiration, it's the Formula 1. The La Chaux-de-Fonds firm must have been thinking the same thing, because a short while ago, they dropped this – the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Calibre 16 Racing Green Ref.CAZ2016. This could have been all about the green given the on-trend colour scheme, but it's not. This is easily the best-looking iteration of the high-octane chrono we've seen in quite some time. The radially brushed, sunburst "Racing Green" dial possesses the same spirit as some of the most iconic race car liveries in history, with a metallic quality recalls a gleaming chassis. The way it can change colours depending on how much… Read More

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VIDEO: The TAG Heuer Connected Watch Generation 3, the first smart watch that feels – and looks – like a real watch

TAG Heuer Connected Watch

Editor's note: Watchmaking is founded on incremental progress. The slow accumulation of applied knowledge that produces a better and better product with each passing year. That is exactly what TAG Heuer have achieved with their latest generation Connected Watch, offering the most optimised blend of Swiss luxury and Silicon Valley tech that we have seen in a smartwatch to date. Andrew spent some quality time with the TAG Heuer Connected Watch generation 3 before it was released to get a better understanding of what it is all about, and how it is better than the previous generations. Without further ado, enjoy his Week on the Wrist review.  The latest generation of the TAG Heuer Connected Watch has just been released and it represents a major and — practically everyone would agree — welcome departure from the tech and mindset of the previous two generations. Simply because it is now powered by Google Wear OS, which allows the Swiss to do what they do best — a dramatically refined and more luxurious case and overall design — and it lets Google run the hardware, with a raft of improved apps and functions, most of which we explore in the video. In terms of… Read More

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INTRODUCING: The TAG Heuer Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Limited Edition

It may have been made to celebrate an event that, like everything else this year, has been cancelled, but that hasn't stopped TAG Heuer from unveiling a new, high-octane variant of its iconic moniker – the TAG Heuer Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Limited Edition. Mouthful of a name aside, this latest iteration of the squared-off icon has been made, rather obviously, to celebrate the wonderful Monaco Grand Prix de Monaco Historique, which TAG Heuer is the official timekeeper for. The motorsport event is a stunning two-day spectacle that sees historic race cars from yesteryear being belted around the fabled circuit at indecent speeds. It was set to be held May 8 to 10 … but it's since been black flagged due to COVID-19, which is such a shame. Regardless, the timepiece itself appears to be a very good-looking iteration of the legendary namesake, so let's take a closer look. The biggest talking point of the new watch, by far, is the motorsport-inspired red and white dial, which aims to pay homage to some of the most iconic race car liveries ever to grace the seaside principality's famed street circuit. It's a very cleverly designed dial – one that… Read More

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HANDS-ON: The TAG Heuer Connected generation 3 is the Swiss and Silicon Valley doing what they do best, together

Certain expertise has always been found in specific parts of the world, creating hubs of creativity and technical innovation. So what would happen if you put the watchmaking nous of La Chaux-de-Fonds and the tech capability of Silicon Valley together into a watch? You get the TAG Heuer Connected watch, generation 3. The first generation of the Connected watch was released in 2015 (the same year as the first Apple Watch), followed quickly by the second in 2017. This year, we get more of a quantum leap than an incremental improvement. The generation 3 is two things: the most technically advanced and yet most mechanical watch-like yet. When the first generation was released, it offered features that had rarely been seen in a smartwatch at that time, with Spotify and Google Maps offering a degree of connectedness that was leading edge. In the most recent generation, those features that were once a novelty are now standard, and TAG Heuer has continued to lift the bar in terms of what's on offer. For this generation, TAG Heuer have partnered with Google. The watch is powered by Google's Wear OS software that offers the laundry list of features you might have seen… Read More

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INTRODUCING: The TAG Heuer Aquaracer GMT with black and blue bezel. Shut the garage door, Batman!

TAG Heuer has beefed up its popular Aquaracer GMT lineup with their latest release – the TAG Heuer Aquaracer GMT Ref. WAY201T.BA0927. And is it just us or is that 'WAY' in the title sent to trigger a subtle reference to you know who? If that's the intention, there are many interesting details this Aquaracer brings to Wayne Manor. Similar to its red and blue brethren, which was unveiled in 2017, this new Aquaracer has got a lot going for it, so let's walk you through the salient specs. The size of the stainless steel case, which features both brushed and polished elements, has remained unchanged at a beefy 43mm across, making it substantially bigger on the wrist – 3mm to be exact – than the obvious comparison watch in the same colour way, the Rolex GMT-Master II BLNR. Sitting atop the case is the watch's new aluminium unidirectional rotating bezel, which sees the top half painted a deep black, to indicate nighttime, and the bottom half painted a handsome blue, which represents daytime. Just as before, this Aquaracer features an impressive 300 metres of water resistance, thanks largely to a screw-down crown and screw-down caseback. The dial of the watch has come… Read More

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EVERY WATCH TELLS A STORY: A gifting fail gave Alex his TAG Heuer and, a little down the track, a wife 

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 5 review

I expect we've all been there. A special occasion rolls around — Valentine's Day, Christmas — and you buy your partner a gift. He or she does the same for you. And, shock horror. They ain't equitable. They ain't even close. This sets the scene for episode two of the second series of Every Watch Tells A Story, where we ask people at our events about the watch they are wearing and the story behind it.  The curious thing about this gifting fail, which finds Alex at the shallower end, is that the items were both watches. It's just that one — his beloved girlfriend's gift — was Michael Kors. And Alex's watch was a TAG Heuer. My first question, upon hearing this: Are you still together? As in, did she dump him? The answer: "She's my wife now." Which, you suspect, given her tolerance, was the right call. Alex is not the only one to recognise the Calibre 5 Carrera as an ideal daily wearer. We wrote a review recently that sung its praises. The functionality of the day and the date. The sort of handsome looks that make it win on leather and bracelet. As we said at the time, the Carrera can be perceived as… Read More

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