One of the big hero releases from Baselworld 2019 was the brand new TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph. Firstly (and perhaps most importantly), it’s a good-looking watch — it looks very much at home on the wrist of Mr Patrick Dempsey, for example. It’s a neat, stylish three-hander that TAG Heuer are billing as a modern adventurer’s watch, leaning on the Autavia’s golden age of motorsports heritage. The dials are on trend — the smoky blue looks good in contrast to the glossy ceramic bezel and the earthy brown leather strap. But it’s more than just a pretty face — there are real user-friendly features here, too. That big crown is one, but the real winner is the Isograph technology, TAG Heuer’s proprietary carbon process that offers improved accuracy and reliability. All offered at a price point that is very competitive.
TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph Australian pricing
TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph, steel on leather, $4700