TAG Heuer
Mens Aquaracer Watch WAY2113.BA0928


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When classic style meets high performance, designed and built by world famous Swiss watch manufacturer - TAG Heuer (established 1860). From the prevailing Aquaracer series, evolving from the brands initiation of the worlds very first water resistant watch case in 1895, we have this cultivated character, professionally crafted from high grade stainless steel and scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass for heightened durability. Its appealing practicalities include a uni-directional rotating bezel, textured anthracite grey dial, luminous accents and framed date aperture; all painstakingly operated by a Calibre 5 self winding mechanism, for utmost reliability. The perfect companion for all water sports aficionados, treat yourself or a loved one today.

- Case Width: 41mm
- Watch Movement: Automatic
- Water Resistance: 300 Metres


Brand TAG Heuer Material Stainless Steel
Brand code WAY2113.BA0910 Product type Watch
T H Baker code 2460383 Gender Mens

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