TAG Heuer ladies and men watches elevate swiss watches timekeeping to an art.

Recognised the world over for both craftsmanship and accuracy, Swiss watches are synonymous with luxury watches… and within this remarkable universe, TAG Heuer timepieces stand as the peak achievement in watchmaking. With progressive designs and technological innovation, they represent more than mere sports watches or luxury timepieces – they embody a class apart.

Indeed, TAG Heuer chronograph watches stand alone as the summit of Swiss watch timekeeping accuracy. In a sublime union of speed and precision, the company is the official partner of Oracle Team USA – champion of the America’s Cup – and of renowned Formula 1 car manufacture McLaren. In addition, its luxury sport watches serve as the official timekeepers of the Monaco Grand Prix – one of the most illustrious races in the world.

Timelessly elegant yet decidedly modern, a TAG Heuer watch combines hand workmanship with the best in cutting-edge technology, for ladies’ and men’s watches representing rich heritage, distinctive quality and novel developments. With automatic watches that feature high frequencies between 21,600 and 360,000 vibrations per hour (as with the Calibre 360), exceptional mechanical accuracy is not the exception, but the rule. As such, numerous automatic watch movements by TAG Heuer boast the respected Official Swiss Chronometer Control (C.O.S.C.) certificate.

From an aesthetic standpoint, TAG Heuer timepieces are no less remarkable. These luxury Swiss watches bring together a perfect union of premium materials selected and crafted by expert specialists. By combining the very best traditional materials, like lustrous gold, resistant steel, supple calfskin or the finest alligator leather, or by accentuating them with the latest modern innovations, such as state-of-the-art rubber and textiles, TAG Heuer erases the lines between the conventional perceptions of sports and luxury watches. Quality finishes that include black PVD finish, delicate brushing and ruthenium coating are as distinguished as they are inventive, and as aesthetically pleasing as they are practical.

Equally outstanding are TAG Heuer swiss watches for women – the perfect embodiment of discrete sophistication. Its diamond watches, for instance, bring a hint of dazzling femininity to the legendary men’s watch models on which the TAG Heuer name was built: the Monaco, the Aquaracer, the TAG Heuer Carrera, the Link and the TAG Heuer Formula 1. Stylish ladies’ timepieces boasting sumptuous materials and restrained lines, these feats of watchmaking perpetuate the expert artistry and flawless precision that have marked the brand’s identity for over one hundred years.

Visually beautiful, unequivocally dependable, perfectly fashioned, elegantly avant-garde…TAG Heuer watches go far beyond luxury or precision timepieces; they are the summit in Swiss skill and expertise, thrust boldly forward into the unknown to redefine swiss ladies and men watches.



Jack Heuer, the man responsible for some of the world’s most famous sports watch and chronograph designs, has been named a 2013 GQ MAN OF THE YEAR.

The announcement was made at GQ’s annual cocktail reception at the Baselworld watch and jewelry fair on Wednesday, April 24 2013.

“Jack Heuer is Honorary Chairman of TAG Heuer, and great grandson of Edouard Heuer, the original founder of TAG Heuer in 1860, “ said Conde Nast Chairman and Chief Executive Jonathan Newhouse in his speech at the reception. “Having joined the firm as a young engineer in 1958, Jack Heuer is now in his 80th year. Heavily involved in research and development throughout his time with the company, Jack Heuer has always been an innovator, having made significant contributions to the watch industry.”

The actual 2013 Men of the Year event, sponsored by the Condé Nast-owned magazine and its partner, Hugo Boss, will be held on September 3rd, 2013 at the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden. Last year’s guests included Bono, Johnny Depp, Harvey Weinstein, Keith Richards and 15 members of Britain’s Olympic and Paralympics team.

September 2013 is also the month that Jack Heuer's autobiography will be published.