The Five Best Tag Heuer Women’s Watches on the Market

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TAG Heuer has built its reputation on exquisitely crafted watches that combine to-die-for aesthetics with state-of-the-art functionality. Despite being recognized throughout the world for the quality of its pieces, it remains, as it stared, eminently affordable, making it a great entry brand for customers looking to break into the world of Swiss watches but who can’t quite stretch to the likes of Patek Philippe and Rolex. If you’re in the market for a women’s watch, you’ll find no shortage of options to choose from. The only struggle is knowing which one to select. Although all tastes are unique, we don’t think many people will be disappointed with any of these fine pieces from our round up of the 5 best TAG Heuer women’s watches on the market.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer Diamond-Accented – Ref WAY1414.BA0920

When TAG Heuer releases a new Aquaracer, the world sits up and pays attention. Or at least, the part that knows a thing or two about good watches does. The line debuted in 2005, but its history can be traced to the coveted 2000 series of the 1980s. Stylish and durable, it’s a model that combines aesthetics with functionality to spectacular effect. The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Diamond-Accented is a prime example of what makes the series so great. A sporty little number with water resistance up to 300m, it’s well suited to both professional and amateur divers. But you don’t have to be a fan of water sports to be a fan of the watch. With its timeless good looks and elegant versatility, this is a piece that will stand up to just about any occasion you care to throw at it. Buyers can expect a comfortable bracelet with a folding buckle made from durable stainless steel, a round, 27mm case surrounding a gorgeously fine white mother of pearl dial with diamond accent markers, silver-tone hands, date window and logo, and functions that include hours, minutes, small-seconds, date and GMT and, of course, that outstanding 300M water resistance. It’s not hard to see why ranks it quite so highly on their own run down of TAG Heuer’s best watches for women.

TAG Heuer Carrera – Ref WAR2453.BD0777

If you’re at all familiar with TAG Heuer, it’s likely you’ve heard of the Carrera. As one of the brand’s flagship models, it’s been an integral (and much loved) part of the TAG Heuer collection ever since it debuted in the 1970s. While some people like to claim the line’s best days are behind it, others will simply point to Ref WAR2453.BD0777 to prove otherwise. Currently available to buy from the 2020 catalogue for $6500, it’s a stunning piece that most definitely has the wow factor. Combining high fashion with high performance, the piece features a shimmering white mother-of-pearl dial adorned with 12 diamonds along with a fixed stainless-steel and rose gold bezel circled with 56 diamonds. Surrounding the dial is a 28mm ‘bijou’ case. The H-shape bracelet brings the glam with its alternately polished and fine-polished stainless steel and 18K 5N rose gold. Beneath the dial beats a high-performance Swiss-Made movement. For customers looking for something that brings both beauty and performance to the table, it’s hard to beat.

TAG Heuer Link – Ref WBC131G.BA0649 considers the TAG Heuer Link as one of the best TAG Heuer women’s watches on the market. It’s hard to disagree. Despite its reasonable price of $4,600, it performs and looks like a watch twice its value. The 32mm polished and fine brushed steel case surrounds a glistening mother of pearl dial featuring baton-like silver hour markers, anti-reflective scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, along with a 3 o’clock date window, 12 o’clock classic branding and a stainless-steel fixed bezel. The outstandingly comfortable S-shape bracelet is made from alternate finishing steel and ends in a double folding clasp with double safety push-buttons. With its superb bank of features (which includes water resistance up to 100m) and its luxurious look, it’s a watch that will take you through any occasion effortlessly.

TAG Heuer Monaca – Ref WAW131E.FC6420

In 1958, something awesome happened at TAG Hauer. Jack Heuer, the founder’s grandson, arrived. When Jack took the reins, he ushered in an era of extraordinary creativity and ingenuity. One of the most lasting and beloved legacies of his time with the company is the TAG Heuer Monaco. As notes, when it was first released, the Monoco was pretty much the coolest watch you could buy. When the King of Cool Steve Mc Queen gave it his stamp of approval, it got even cooler. Almost half a century later, it’s still wowing the crowds thanks to its funky design, its distinctive square case, and its striking good looks. Ageless, iconic, and blessed with the kind of heritage other watches can only dream of, it’s a classic piece of retro cool that still has as much of a place in the TAG Heuer catalog as it ever did. Take the Ref WAW131E.FC6420 from the current collection. With its square, sunray-brushed dial, 12 sparkling diamonds, its polished and faceted applied hour and minute hands and indexes, rose gold plated TAG Heuer shield, and its brown alligator leather strap, it combines sportiness with femininity to stunning effect.

TAG Heuer Formula 1 – Ref WBJ141A.BA0664

Through its legendary partnerships with the likes of Juan Manuel Fangio and Ayrton Senna, TAG Heuer’s association with Formula 1 runs deep. Over the past few decades, the relationship has spawned some of the greatest and most desirable watches around. This year proves no exception to the rule with the release of the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Reference WBJ141A.BA0664. With its slender, sophisticated aesthetic and outstanding functionality, it’s an excellent example of exactly what makes the line so great. The luminous mother of pearl dial with its protective shield of unscratchable sapphire crystal, silver hands and circular brushed indexes adds a touch of luxury, while the polished steel bezel set with 36 shimmering diamonds welcomes in the glam in an elegantly understated way. The luxurious look is completed with a five-row bracelet in brushed and polished stainless steel, a robust strap that perfectly offsets the feminine appeal of the dial. Priced at $2150, it’s a must for ladies with a love for luxe and a commitment to quality.

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