ag Heuer watches make the perfect special gift for a loved one, if money is no object to you. Why purchase just a diamond bracelet or piece of jewelry, when you can find something that’s as functional as it is thoughtful and as sporty as it is professional?
You may not have $57,000 for a new one, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a great quality timepiece. One Swiss competitor — Tag Heuer watches — markets sporty and sleek designer watches to athletes and artists alike for a fraction of the price (roughly $1,000 – $4,000).
Not only have they won many awards for original chronograph design and timed the World Olympics and Indy 500, but Tag Heuer is also a company that gives back to the community. In 2007, they donated to the “Save The Children” charity in a highly publicized event combining celebrities with high-end sports cars.
The new women’s line of Tag Heuer watches has scored ambassadors like actress Uma Thurman and Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova. The line features diamond dials and a flower-petal bezel design, while promoting a look that combines strength and sportiness with sexiness and professionalism.
This particular model can be as wild as the python-print “Monaco” design or as elegant as the metal-banded, pink-faced, diamond-inlaid “Aquaracer” series. Where else can you find a diamond watch that will survive up to 300 meters underwater?
You can find jewelry watches made of everything from 18-karat gold, diamonds and mother-of-pearl, to steel and sapphire crystal. Bands can be metal or leather, whichever you prefer.
The men’s line of Tag Heuer watches have spokespeople like race car driver/actor Steve Mcqueen (“Monaco” series) and pro golf champion Tiger Woods (“Link” series). The double safety clasp appeals to the active individual, as does the scratch-resistant, glare-proof face.
The brand have many unique features, like a countdown function, accuracy within 1/100th of a second, a diary alarm, a perpetual calendar and dial back-lighting. Over the years, Tag Heuer has redesigned their jewelry for optimal legibility and innovation.