This collection is based on the popular Carrera model which is big all over the world – only this time with a choice of slick colored flange rings. The are called the Tag Heuer Carrera Ring-Master Replica Watches. Each of the three models is dedicated to a Formula 1 driver. The most limited of the trio will be the red-ringed model that is in honor of Alain Prost. I also hear that Alain Prost is reuniting with Tag Heuer for some special relationship, possibly an ambassadorship and/or some special watches.
Two other drivers are also done service. The well known Jenson Button as well as Lewis Hamilton. Button’s piece is done with a blue ring and Hamilton gets a sweet looking yellow ring. I think Tag Heuer make a typo when writing Jenson’s last name on their little graphic. I will assume it is spelled correctly in Japanese! See what Swiss Tag Heuer Replica Watches did with the name of the watches – because they are called the “ring master” there is a special ring around the dials.
If the image I have of the rear of this Carrera limited edition is correct – then there are no special markings to indicate that these Fake Tag Heuer Watches are limited, and if so, for whom. If that is the case then it is certainly an oddity – which would make these pieces potentially more collectible in the future. Aside from the rings and the limited edition nature, these are the standard Carrera chronograph models you know and love in steel with a steel bracelet.
Inside of the watches is the Tag Heuer Replica Watches – which is their decorated version of the Swiss ETA Valjoux 7750 automatic chronograph. While not extraordinarily different than the standard models, the colorful rings around the dial are fun and attractive.
Few watch brands have as strong a symbiotic relationship with motorsports as Tag Heuer. Many of their most famous models are tributes to notable elements within the world of motorsport, consider the Camaro, Carrera, Silverstone, Monza, Formula 1, and of course, the Tag Heuer Monaco Replica Watches. Tag has made special editions for not only Mercedes but also McLaren, one of the most successful F1 teams of all time. In addition to the manufactures, Tag Heuer has also seen their brand represented by some of F1’s best drivers, including Alain Prost, Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton and Ayrton Senna. Other brands have tried to connect themselves with motorsports but from track day junkies like Steve McQueen, to modern day World Champions like Jenson Button, Tag Heuer has become the reigning watch brand in motorsports.
Popular Tag Heuer Replica Watches celebrated the 2012 Monaco GP by announcing four watches,and the “re-release” of two special editions which were previously only available through Tag Heuer boutiques.Celebrates the first year of partnership between Tag Heuer and the Automobile Club de Monaco, the group responsible for organizing a series of races throughout Monaco, including the Monaco Gran Prix. Tag Heuer is their official timing partner and thus created this 39mm black dialed Monaco featuring the ACM logo on the dial.
Not one to forget their popular Carrera line, Tag Heuer also announced the new Carrera Calibre 16 Day Date Monaco Grand Prix LE which will be limited to 3000 units and can be had with a sporty tire tread-inspired rubber strap or a stainless steel bracelet, both of which nicely suit its Swiss Tag Heuer Replica Watches 43 mm stainless steel case. I have always enjoyed the Carrera line as they feature a very pleasing case and lug design as well as excellent legibility for a chronograph. This new model sports a simplified dial layout and bright red accents for the second hand and elements of the dial and bezel script. It is really ironic that there is now a Tag Heuer Carrera Monaco watch. Nice and confusing right?
Also announced was a duo of bright blue Monacos meant to invoke the memory of Steve McQueen, who wore a Monaco in the 1971 film Le Mans, and has been a considerable factor in the continued popularity of the Monaco line. First, the Best Tag Heuer Replica Watches Steve McQueen Calibre 11, a traditional looking blue and white edition of the Monaco that is actually a slightly revised version of a boutique-only model that Tag Heuer announced last year. This is basically a vintage inspired Monaco with bright white racing stripes on the dial and its crown on the left side of the case. Note the use of “Heuer” and not “Tag Heuer” on the dial and the matching blue leather strap. It is fitting that this vintage inspired chronograph wears the Heuer name on its dial as the original Monaco design launched in 1969, some sixteen years before Heuer became Tag Heuer.