Inspired by the mesmerising blue and green shades of the ocean, the Swiss watchmaker has created two green-dialed Aquaracer models that offer sporty functionality on any terrain. The 43mm Aquaracer has a stunning green dial that creates an eye-catching light display with its sunray effect. The design of the horizontal lines that run across the dial resembles the wooden docks where sailboats are moored. There is a date window at 3 o’clock on the dial, and the numerals on the bezel are filled in with black lacquer, as is the triangle marker at 12 o’clock. This model’s smaller 32mm counterpart features the same regal sunray green dial, but, instead of horizontal lines, it is decorated with elegant diamond hour markers. There is a date window at 3 o’clock on the dial and a triangle marker at 12 o’clock on the bezel for optimal readability.
Both watches are crafted from stainless steel and presented on stainless-steel bracelets. At the heart of the 43mm model is the Calibre 5 Automatic movement, while the 32mm model is powered by a quartz movement. These two Aquaracer timepieces are as robust as they are stylish. They are particularly well-suited for underwater exploration. They are both equipped with the six standard diving features of all models in the Aquaracer collection: water resistance to 300 metres (30 bar), a unidirectional rotating bezel, a screw-down crown, luminescent hands and markers, a double security clasp, and a sapphire crystal. Elegant, sophisticated and bold, these new additions to TAG Heuer’s historic Aquaracer collection are a contemporary interpretation of the water-resistant timepieces the watchmaker has developed throughout its history.