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2013 Photo Credits »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 26 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on 2013 Photo Credits ]

All Photos courtesy of TAG Heuer

2010s Photo Credits »

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All Photos courtesy of TAG Heuer

2000s Photo Credits »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 26 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on 2000s Photos Credits ]

All Photos courtesy of TAG Heuer, except:
– Carrera 40th Anniversary: Alex P. Selamat

1990s Influence & Movement »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 26 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on 1990s Photo Credits ]

All Photos courtesy of TAG Heuer, except as noted:
– Silver Carrera: Calibre11.com
– Lemania 1873: Chuck Maddox

1980s Photo Credits »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 26 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on 1980s Photo Credits ]

All Photos courtesy of Paul Gavin, except as noted:
– McLaren-TAG: Wikipedia Creative Commons
– Lemania 5100: Abel Court

1970s Photo Credits »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 26 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on 1970s Photos Credits ]

All Photos courtesy of TAG Heuer, except as noted:
– Manual Carrera dial: Abel Court

1990s »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 21 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on CS3111 ]

The black dial re-edition is beautiful in its simplicity. A faithful reproduction of the 1964 original, not even the small 36mm size could stop the watch being a sales success.
Later models grew to 39mm and added “TAG Heuer” to the dial, but the manual-wind original is the one to get.

1990s »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 21 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on CS3113 ]

Maybe not a true “re-edition”, the Daytona rings look perfectly at home on the Carrera and make the link between the dial layout and a car dashboard even stronger.
Maybe it doesn’t have the heritage of the plain Black model, but to our eyes it’s the best looking of the re-editions.

1990s »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 21 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on CS3112 ]

It was a bold choice by TAG Heuer to launch a re-edition Carrera with a dial colour not even close to one that was offered in the 1960s.
Despite this, the boldness paid off, because this is probably the rarest of the 1964 re-editions today.

2010s »

[Posted by: David Chalmers | 21 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on Carrera Mikrograph ]

The Carrera Mikrograph is a stunning design that brings together the functionality of a vintage Heuer stopwatch with the luxury of a Rose Gold case.
The party-trick of the Mikrograph was its central flying Blue hand, which completed a full rotation of the dial every second.