Here’s a list of our top 9 best watches for Millennials from Watches & Wonders 2021.
Hands-on With The Stunning New Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925: Live Pics and Comparisons With Last Year’s Tudor Black Bay Navy Blue.
‘Say Goodbye To Paul Newman’ – Quick Overview Of The New Tudor Black Bay Chrono Collection From Watches & Wonders 2021
“Gold and silver and sunshine is rising up” – Quick Overview Of The New Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Collection From Watches & Wonders 2021
My pick out of the new TAG Heuer Formula 1 from Watches & Wonders 2021 is the ‘online exclusive’ ref. WAZ101A.FC8305, the 2’100 AUD time only version.
The Tudor Black Bay Bronze 43 ref. M79250BA-0001 is an excellent offering from the brand, but this was only a colour change on 2019, and I for one am curious what the next step in evolution for this collection would be, if and when Tudor decides to spice it up some more.
The 2019 TAG Heuer Monaco Limited Edition 1969-1979 (reference: CAW211V.FC6466) marked the release of the first of the five limited editions that TAG Heuer released last year.
Should it have included more effort from the design teams than simply providing a different colour-way to last year’s 44mm diameter Carrera chronographs, the new TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph would have been a stellar way for TAG Heuer to start off 2021.
In summation, I feel that the Tudor Black Bay 58 Navy Blue is like Beethoven for the souls of the watch crazed. It is the watch that I am thankful to be gifted and one that I wore the most in 2020. It also taught me some valuable life lessons along the way.
The new TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph models continue the brand’s 160th anniversary celebrations by releasing a followup to the Sports version