Last year, TAG Heuer unveiled a much-needed update to the Link, the iconic integrated bracelet watch that helped revive the brand way back in the late ’80s. The new watch is sharper, sleeker and more modern, but kept the same comfortable S-shaped bracelet links that made the original watch stand out. Altogether, it’s a great everyday timepiece the way it is, but to build off that success, TAG Heuer has now launched a chronograph version.
Much of the new watch — notably the 41mm case size, the S-shaped links, the dial design and the 100-meter depth rating — remains the same as the three-hander, but now runs TAG Heuer’s Caliber 17 chronograph movement and has a tri-compax layout. The Caliber 17 is a modular chronograph movement based on an ETA’s robust 2894-2 automatic with a 42-hour power reserve. Two dial colors, blue and black, will be available and both will go on sale in April for just under $5,000.
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