A more technical look for Tag's signature dive watch.
The new Ice Monster is their strongest and lightest watch yet.
Aquastar revives the 1962 Deepstar with a new Re-Edition
Each watch is individually built in the USA.
The unique case treatment features a stonewashed white Cerakote finish.
The effect is created using a special resin technique.
The company's first "Tudor Blue" sports watch launched in 1969.
The dial is fully coated in Superluminova C5 pigments.
The watch takes its inspiration from the Pacific coast.
The case uses 70% plastic debris sourced from fishing nets found in the Indian Ocean.
The latest "Monster" gets a colorful update.
The lightweight and corrosive-resistant material is perfect for diving.
The watch is a tribute to the original model from 1968.
The watches are inspired by their highly sought-after 62MAS from the 60s.
The watches are made out of German submarine steel.
It is the first time ever the watch has used a forged carbon case.
Independent watchmaking meets the world of independent denim.
Inspired by surfing in the 50s and 60s.
The watch is a modern update to the Seiko 6105.