by Amanda Mears
Are you considering purchasing a men's TAG Heuer watch? Getting the right men's watch starts with gathering all the facts. With so many models to choose from, picking the perfect TAG Heuer watch takes a little bit of research. Whether you're looking for a dressy diamond watch or a chronograph sports watch, keep reading to learn about the best men's TAG Heuer watch models.
Formula 1: Inspired by racing, the TAG Heuer Formula 1 chronograph watch features a black, unidirectional rotating bezel and quartz movement. You can choose from a stainless steel band or rubber straps to customize the Formula 1 to fit your wardrobe and lifestyle. Oversized dials and luminescent hands make these men's sports watches instantly recognizable and endlessly distinguished.
Aquaracer: As one of TAG Heuer's most popular models, the Aquaracer has amazing extras, like water resistance to 300 meters and the precision accuracy needed for competitive water sports. The best thing about the Aquaracer, though, is its versatility. This prestigious men's TAG Heuer watch is available as a kinetic watch or a chronograph watch and gives you the option of stainless steel or rubber straps. The sleek watch face also comes in different colors, for a unique look that fits your personal style.
Carrera: Named after the classic race that began in the 1950s, the Carrera combines the refinement of a TAG Heuer watch with a sport watch style. If you're looking for a watch that embodies classic charm but still has all the functionality of a modern watch, you'll want to take a look at the Carrera. This chronograph watch features a day-date calendar and a tachymeter scale on the bezel. For enhanced sport performance, the Carrera also features anti-reflective coating.
Monaco: A tribute to the innovative spirit of TAG Heuer luxury watches, the Monaco was the world's first square-cased, water-resistant watch. As if that wasn't unique enough, the Monaco was also the original automatic chronograph. Like all TAG watches, the Monaco embodies the spirit of ingenuity and even became a movie star when Steve McQueen chose to wear it in the 1970 car-racing film, "Le Mans."