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TAG Heuer Link Automatic Chronograph

The TAG Heuer Link Automatic Chronograph is different than the rest of the TAG Heuer Link collection because it has a automatic chronograph movement and a calibre 16. Its unique design, even to the untrained eye, focuses on balance. Starting with the bracelet in a single line cuts the watch in half through the 12 and 6 o’clock markers. Next, the date window, logo, and 1/2 of the counters are secluded to the right side of the line and the other 1/2 of the counters are secluded to the left side of the line. The sheer symmetry and balance of the TAG Heuer watch certainly adds to its appeal.

The TAG Heuer Link Automatic Chronograph has 200 m of water resistance, scratch resistant double-sided sapphire crystal with anti-reflective clothing, satin finish steel, 42 mm case diameter, bezel with tachometer, luminescent hands and hour markers, screwed in crown, and a revealing case back with view of movement.

TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 360 LS Concept Watch

We love TAG Heuer concept watches, especially when TAG Heuer designs them because we know that eventually they will hit the scene.  Actually, this article is going back in time to 2006 when a concept watch called the Monaco Calibre 360 LS became a concept idea and hit Baselworld.

The TAG Heuer Calibre 360 LS really bragged on its Calibre 360 LS precision technology and the fact that it was missing a dial!  TAG Heuer’s Concept watch included a hand-finished engine that opened up the door for outsiders to see the 1/100th of a second chronograph counter, 15 minute chronograph counter, the 100 minute power reserve indicator, and the linear second indicator which used hairspring technology. The best part was the fact that without the dial you could see every component working together.

Now, the TAG Heuer Calibre 360 LS boasted “no dial” but if you have hour markers and hands, can really say it’s not a dial?  Whatever you call it, dial or no dial, it was finished with 7 different metal techniques contrasted against a shiny steel case and sapphire crystal windows.

Who doesn’t love shiny? I leave you today with correct punctuation of TAG Heuer from, tag-HOY-yur. is a website that helps us Americans prounounce things the right way…….