One of the best selling best replica watches (www.bestreplica.me)produced by TAG Heuer, the TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300M is now available in two new versions featuring a black carbide-coated titanium case.
With its large 43 mm size, the new TAG Heuer Aquaracer Replica 300 M Calibre 5 Black Titanium sports a masculine look completed by a technical nylon strap with contrasting stitching secured by a black titanium carbide coated titanium folding clasp.
The light case is enhanced by the unidirectional turning bezel with black faceted ceramic inlay and engraved, sand or blue, lacquered numerals.
The matt black dial with the typical horizontal streak is available with sand or blue accents to match the bezel and the strap numerals.
The new model maintains the performance qualities of the line offering a water resistance to 300 metres thanks to double gaskets and a screw-in crown.
Inside, the Sellita SW200-based Calibre 5 automatic movement beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour with a power reserve of 38 hours.
Carrera 2447 in the past- put simply, it’s the original 1960s 36mm Carrera fitted with the three-register Valjoux 72 movement. Collectors have their favourite early Carrera models, but there’s a balance with the Valjoux 72-powered Carreras and Camaros that set them apart. More TAG Heuer Carrera replica watches.
The two Panda/ Reverse Panda watches here belong to Abel Court, our friend. Above we have the 2447SN, while below is the 2447NST. What do these letters mean? “SN” means a Standard, or Silver dial with Black (Noir) subdials, while the NST suffix indicated a Black (Noir) dial with Silver Sub-dials and a Tachymeter scale.
The Panda-duo are probably the most chased variants of the Carrera, but the 2447NT that we’re focused on today is even rarer. The NT suffix indicated an all-black dial with tachymeter scale, and it’s this precise combination that is so special because of its rarity- only a handful of examples are known.
This Tag Heuer Mens Replica special Carrera is owned by Andee of Rarebirds.de, a great source of vintage chronographs, including plenty of Heuers. The watch is all-original and features the big crown and super-domed plexi-glass with a serial is 700xx, placing it towards the later part of the 1960s. The watch was bought from a collector, who in turn bought the watch from the original owner, who bought the watch from a small watch dealer around 1970 in St. Moritz. What attracted him to the Carrera was the combination of a chronograph and a tachymeter scale, allowing him to time the local ski races.