What has a sleek look with a tachymeter bezel, patented electro-mechanical movement, and a perpetual calendar? The TAG Heuer Link Calibre S.
The TAG Heuer Link Calibre S is the “techie’s” watch because it is fully loaded with some amazing technical specifications, new patents, and features all combined into a luxury sports watch. The TAG Heuer Link Calibre S watch has 230 components and 5 bidirectional micromotors… it’s a watch lover’s dream come true. Two special features of the watch include the reverse-movement date display that can be accessed in time mode and the different abilities of measuring time including simple time, split time and two interval times.
However, the electro-mechanical movement it what makes this watch so different from other sports watches; but watch exactly is an electro-mechanical movement? TAG Heuer’s patented electro-mechanical movement combines mechanical movement and quartz timekeeping to increase functionality. In this case the functions are TIME mode and CHRONOGRAPH mode.
Lastly is the stunning design of the dial, hands, case, and even the glass. The dial of the watch has hand applied luminescent index markers to increase legibility in the dark. This TAG Heuer watch also carries the TAG Heuer Logo and the inscription “LINK-Calibre S” on the dial beneath the 12 o’clock marker. The hour, minute, and second hands of the TAG Heuer Link Calibre S Watch are angled and luminous for optimal reading at night. The case is approximately 42mm in diameter and includes satin-finished steel and completed with scratch resistant sapphire crystal on both sides, anti-reflective coating on both sides of the glass for increased legibility.
Some other specifications of the TAG Heuer Link Calibre S watch include a tachometer bezel, screwed in case back, 200 meters of water resistance, and an S Link bracelet.
Here’s a TAG Heuer video of the Tag Heuer Link Collection: