In theory you crack under pressure.
We must say - representatives of the company TAG Heuer can't boast of verbosity. They prefer to make things happen rather than talk about themselves. 1887 - patent for the famous swinging cogwheel, which is still used in mechanical chronographs of the most famous Swiss manufacturers. 1916 - the first chronometers measuring time to the accuracy of – imagine that! - 1/100th second. Now, of course, it is no wonder. Now it can be measured to the ten thousandth easily. But one hundred years ago ... Imagine, a hundred years - and hundredths of a second. Have you ever thought you can do anything? TAG Heuer doesn't just think so - they are sure of it.
"He taught me to demand the infinite" - this phrase of Camus can be fully applied to TAG Heuer. Life is, first and foremost, a challenge, a demand for power, freedom and rightness. This should be expressed in everything, manifested in the smallest detail. And this belief can also be applied to wristwatches. Here TAG Heuer saves thinking by concepts: extreme accuracy, intelligibility, thoroughness. These are the watches that would perfectly complement the gentlemanly, very masculine, collection and would be the end point of the image you would like to achieve. Wide straps, a dark gamut of shades, bold saturation of tones, greatness manifested in large details, massive hands, strokes and frames, not a hint of pretentiousness and unbridled luxury - all this distinguishes the brand favorably. And linking your present mostly with sports and marine themes - by the way, you have the opportunity to wear the same wristwatch that Steve McQueen wore - TAG Heuer emphasizes that they are challenging everything passive and mediocre. Sharp arrowheads and sharpness of the clock contours emphasize the crazy pace of life, which people who can take risks have. "In theory, you surrender under the pressure of circumstances." Convince everyone that it's only in theory.