TAG HEUER FORMULA 1 WATCH CAZ101N-FC8243
The Tag Heuer Formula 1 watch CAZ101N-FC8243 is designed and engineered by Swiss master craftsmen, with Sapphire glass, and a quartz movement set in a 43 mm fine brushed steel case.
This gents timepiece comes with a date window, stylish blue and orange leather strap and is water resistant up to 20 atmospheres or 200 meters.
A diving watch, also commonly referred to as a diver’s or dive watch, is a watch designed for underwater diving that features, water resistance to a minimum depth of 1.0 MPa (10 atmospheres), which is the equivalent of 100 m (330ft). The Tag Heuer Formula 1 watch CAZ101N-FC8243 is water resistant to up to 200m (660ft).
The pilot’s watch was first created in 1904 by Cartier but the design was re-invented for pilots in the first and second world wars and this is what today’s pilot watches are based on. Today you would expect a pilot’s watch to include a tachymeter, allowing the wearer to calculate speed, distance travelled, fuel consumption, etc. All our pilot’s watches have at least this functionality.
A chronograph function is a tool for accurately measuring the passage of time such as a stop watch. On Analogue watches you will usually have independent sweep second, and minute hand which can be started, stopped and reset.
A tachymeter is simply a means of converting elapsed time (in seconds per unit) to speed (in units per hour). A tachymeter is a scale sometimes inscribed around the rim of an analogue watch with a chronograph. It can be used to calculate your current speed of motion based on the time you have been travelling.
The function performed by a tachymeter is independent of the unit of distance (e.g. miles, kilometres, metres etc.) as long as the same unit of length is used for all calculations.
Your new Tag Heuer Formula 1 watch CAZ101N-FC8243 will arrive in its official Tag Heuer case and world wide warranty making it the perfect gift and keeping it immaculate through time.
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ABOUT TAG HEUER
TAG Heuer is an extraordinary company which has continually revolutionized watchmaking since its creation back in 1860 by the young man, Edouard Heuer, aged just 20 years old. There have been major technical revolutions such as the oscillating pinion in 1887, aesthetic revolutions embodied in iconic models such as the TAG Heuer Carrera launched in 1963, and commercial revolutions that very quickly brought us legendary ambassadors such as Juan Manuel Fangio. But what really sets TAG Heuer apart is the exceptional quality of its watches and chronographs, of which they as a company are immensely proud. Reliable and robust, these objects are a joy to own and wear, and they form part of our everyday lives. What more could a watch manufacturer ask for?
Tag Heuer has created a name for itself by producing irresistible timepieces that convey a sensation of power while remaining affordable. That’s what true luxury is all about and their approach enables them to attract younger generations and encourage them to fall in love with beautiful pieces and to wear a wonderful chronograph on their wrist. Attracting these consumers is a challenge that the team are highly passionate about and are highly committed to their company. The aim is to show that true luxury lasts forever and that that’s what differentiates TAG Heuer timepieces from other objects which inevitably become obsolete over the years. All those working at TAG Heuer channel all of their energy into offering long-lasting quality and innovation and indeed, the company’s future depends entirely on it.