Introducing A Trio Of New Waterproof Replica TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Replica Watches UK

Today’s Aquaracer Professional 300 drop adds three models to the eight announced in April, taking the collection to 11 references. All three new models are non-limited and go into the core collection, each with a 43 mm stainless steel case and rubber strap equipped with Swiss made replica TAG Heuer’s innovative adjustable folding clasp.

The new black and blue versions pick up on the bracelet models introduced at Watches and Wonders: both are colour-themed with matching black or blue dials, ceramic bezel inserts and rubber straps.

The standout model of the release is the black DLC-coated Night Diver, joining the replica TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Tribute to Ref. 844 as the collection’s hero pieces. Its stainless-steel case, bezel, crown, caseback and clasp are all coated in matt black diamond-like carbon, known as DLC, a high- performance, hard-wearing finish designed for use in extreme conditions. The bezel insert is highly resistant black ceramic.

The Night Diver’s other signature feature is its fully luminescent dial, which is coated in green Super- LumiNova® to deliver exceptional glow-in-the-dark performance. To ensure ultimate legibility in extreme low-light conditions, the watch’s minute and central seconds hands are filled with blue lume to contrast with the green of the dial. The hour hand and octagonal hour markers at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o’clock are filled with green lume, and the remaining octagonal hour markers are all edged with black lacquer. The triangle on the unidirectional rotating bezel at 12, which is crucial to accurately and safely measure dive times, is also filled with striking blue lume to match the blue of the minute and central seconds hands.

The detailing doesn’t stop there. As with the eight pieces in the launch collection, the three new references pick up on the six signature features that have defined high-quality replica TAG Heuer watches since 1983: a unidirectional rotating bezel, a screw-down crown, water resistance to at least 200 metres, luminous markings, a scratch-resistant crystal and a double safety clasp. These real-world functions became the model’s design pillars and have been reassuring underwater explorers for almost four decades.

The form carries a number of further details that enhance its luxury feel and performance. The 12 sides of the bezel are all faceted for grip, the crown is protected to prevent accidental damage and there’s a magnifying glass over the date, which is integrated into the underside of the sapphire crystal, making it smooth to the touch.

All this is set against the backdrop of the Aquaracer’s dial with its trademark horizontally engraved lines. These have also been refined for the new generation of AAA perfect replica watches and are now set slightly further apart than in previous replica Aquaracer iterations, giving the watches their elegant, sophisticated look.

As with the launch collection, the three new fake TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 references are powered by perfect fake TAG Heuer’s Calibre 5 automatic movement. They all have solid casebacks stamped with the famous scaphander diving suit, complete with a 12-sided faceplate. All best fake Aquaracer Professional 300 models are water-resistant to 300 metres (30 bar, 1,000 feet).

Each of the new AAA high-quality replica TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 fake watches comes with a beautifully engineered integrated rubber strap equipped with replica TAG Heuer’s newly developed adjustable clasp system.

The fine-tuning system developed by best UK sale replica TAG Heuer’s engineers means this adjustment can be made to extremely small tolerances. This is done by pinching and sliding the button on the side of the clasp. The clasp also features double safety push-buttons that prevent it from being unlocked by accident.

These straps will be cut to length as part of a fitting process at a best fake TAG Heuer boutique or by an authorised dealer. The wearer will then have the freedom to adjust their strap to accommodate a wetsuit, or simply to reflect changes in ambient conditions that make the wrist expand or contract.


Contrary to the last several centuries, watchmaking today is a fast-moving business. For everyone else, they’re playing catchup, and every move that stays static or goes backwards, in comparison to the exponential growth found at the front, is another inch closer to obsolescence. For cheap fake TAG Heuer, the Autavia Isograph is that hopeful step forward—or is it a step back?
What do TAG Heuer, Omega and Rolex all have in common? In the sixties, the golden era of the mechanical best replica watches, when they were designed to be used and not posed in, all three of those brands were competitors. I mean, they’re still competitors now, but back then it was different. Now it’s mostly just a popularity contest, and a cutthroat one at that.

Where the brands once competed against each other to be the best, toughest, most capable, it’s more of a song and dance these days. No one is expecting a revolution in automatic chronographs, or deep-sea divers—there’s more an expectation of good quality, good looks and—most importantly—brand recognition.

TAG Heuer used to be a well-recognised brand, an equal to Rolex. Now? Well, you know how it is now. If you can afford the Rolex, ninety-nine percent of the time you’ll be buying the Rolex. But how did it all happen? How did AAA quality replica TAG Heuer lose that edge? And more importantly, what can it do to earn it back again?

I’ve bleated on about the quartz crisis enough times that the regulars will probably be rolling their eyes to hear about it again, but think about it like this: mechanical watches are vinyl, and the watches that replaced them, quartz, are more like the compact disc. So much more advanced was the quartz watch that I’ve skipped cassette tapes—and ignored 8-track entirely—and as you can imagine, that sort of put a stop to the whole mechanical watch thing right there.
Although it didn’t because like vinyl, mechanical has a very quaint, very emotive appeal that struck a chord quartz didn’t. And again, just like with vinyl, the sentiment of the niche group of aficionados that couldn’t let go eventually bled into the wider zeitgeist and became mainstream. Now you can buy a vinyl record in your local supermarket. Now mechanical watches are a mainstay for any up-and-coming earner.

I mean, think about it—it’s wacky. These old, outdated, weighty, time-telling bracelets form the fundamental sponsorship strategy of the most top tier sporting competitions in the world. F1, Wimbledon, the Olympics—all sponsored by manufacturers of watches way too inaccurate to reliably time any of those events.

But we like them anyway because we’re soft. We’re not robots. We don’t want to live our lives the logical way, we want to live them the emotive way. Marley and Me wasn’t sad because taking the time to bury the dog wasted an otherwise productive Sunday afternoon, it was sad because doggies are the best. Why are doggies the best? Because we’re soft.

Rolex is a master at knowing where exactly in our softness it needs to poke to squish the right emotions. Wearing a Rolex is not about telling the time, it’s about feeling special, appreciating craftsmanship and honouring heritage. Can a TAG Heuer do that? It’s certainly trying. Given the variety of its recent back catalogue, it’s tried in many different ways, but unfortunately for them, there’s no instruction manual on how the soft parts of humans work.
We’ve seen modern TAG Heuer, like the Carrera 02T, we’ve seen retro like the 160 Years Silver Limited Edition—and now there’s this, the Autavia Isograph, and it’s something else altogether.

Imagine if you were trying to explain to an alien what makes a Rolex more desirable than a TAG Heuer—or rather, what makes a TAG Heuer less desirable than a Rolex. No matter how you try, there’s no sensible answer, no logical message that summarises the human love affair with branding. And that’s the crux of it: on the whole, people prefer the brand Rolex to the brand TAG Heuer.

Is TAG Heuer less accomplished, less historic? No, not really. It was founded forty-five years before Rolex, was pivotal in the relationship between timing and motorsport, spearheaded ground-breaking developments in mechanical advancement. By all rights, it should be as well-loved as Rolex at least.

But it’s not, and it knows it, and it’s trying to do something about it. That something is the brown dial top UK replica TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph, and as you can see, it’s very different to what’s come before. There’s not much not going on here, from heritage-inspired touches borrowed from vintage pilot’s watches, to modern design elements like the 42mm size, bold use of colour—for the Swiss at least—and a heady mix of materials, including bronze for the case, titanium for the case back and ceramic for the bezel.

It’s almost as though the guys and gals at TAG Heuer said, “We’ve tried vintage, we’ve tried modern. Let’s take everything people like about the most popular watches and put them all into one design—that’s sure to work!” It’s a melting pot of watchmaking trends, perhaps a last hail Mary to make something stick. The secret of TAG Heuer’s struggles to reinvent itself aren’t all that secret after all.
Mechanically, the Calibre 5 inside is very unusual, but not in a way seen before. Most manufacturers with the capability to build their own movements source hairsprings from third parties, as they’re the hardest part to make, but not here. Instead, TAG Heuer has sourced a third-party movement and replaced the hairspring with an in-house one, made from carbon composite no less. Technically, that’s a pretty big deal, having first featured in the very expensive concept tourbillon 02T Carbon—and it’s yet another ingredient in the mixed bag that is the £3,150 Autavia Isograph.

Does it work? Does this mishmash of concepts and ideas achieve TAG Heuer’s goal of moving the brand one step forwards? Does the watch poke the soft, squishy parts just right? Well, the truth is it’s going to take more than just one watch to change the way people think of the brand, but is this at least the right direction? Honestly, I don’t know. The watch is nice, if a little busy and convoluted, perhaps, but to my eyes, it kind of works. It’s a bold decision, that’s for sure, and when nothing else works it’s usually time to go big or go home. I suppose it’s too early to see in which of those directions the Autavia Isograph’s destiny lies.

I don’t think I’ve been this stumped on a watch for a long time. Honestly, I genuinely don’t know what to make of it. Or perhaps I’m overthinking it? Perhaps a watch is just a watch? Of course, there’s no magic bullet for catching up with Rolex—Omega’s Seamaster Pro is proof of that—and maybe it’s my love of the history of TAG Heuer clone and those iconic moments it made famous that makes me project my wish for the brand’s success onto the Autavia Isograph.