A more technical look for Tag's signature dive watch.
The newly relaunched Carrera gets updated in 18K rose gold.
The classic chronograph gets reinterpreted for 2020.
It's taken almost twenty years for the company to release the watch with a new metal bracelet.
The effect is created using a special resin technique.
A new racing-inspired flagship chronograph for the Carrera lineup.
The watch is inspired by the colorful Heuer Montreal from 1972.
The Fragment designer reimagines the company's designs from the 1960s and 1970s.
The dial makes use of actual grounded coffee.
The company creates a limited edition for the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique.
The new model will place a larger focus on fitness with Tag Heuer's new Sports app.
A reissue of the sought-after 2447S.
A stunning tribute to one of the company's most famous watches.
The new limited edition celebrates 1999-2009.
The custom watches feature Fordite dials.
The third watch in the 50th anniversary collection.
The second release in the 50th anniversary series.
The watch will be the first of five watches to be released throughout the year.
And yes, it comes with a watch.
The company showcases the next-generation of watchmaking technology.
The company entrusts a Japanese fashion icon with one of its most historic pieces.
The second watch in their ongoing collaboration.
The Australian retailer was the first account to sell Tag Heuer in the country.