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Tag Heuer Relaunches the Aquaracer 300 Professional Dive watch in Black

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Tag Heuer Revives Sleek Black Aquaracer 300 Professional Dive Watch

Manufacturers have come to realize that retro and reboots are very welcome in the world of watchmaking. The latest example: Tag Heuer’s revival of an 80s icon, the Aquaracer Professional 300 Night Diver.

Omega had taken pride of place at the wrist of 007s starting in 1995. Timothy Dalton wore an Aquaracer during The Living Daylights (1987 James Bond film). 

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The sturdy watch became a cult favourite thanks to movie geeks and watch collectors. So even if Omega Seamasters are still the Bond watch of choice, it only seems appropriate that a revamped 300 Night Diver is returning to the market with the premiere of Bond 25, No Time To Die, just a month away.

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This is not your father’s Aquaracer. The Night Diver’s new version, available in blue or black, has received a little glow.

The new 43 mm case is larger than the original 37mm. The watch is constructed from up-to-date materials noted for durability—the case, bezel, crown, and clasp sport a matte finish of diamond-hard carbon.

Tag Heuer’s distinctive 12-sided, unidirectional rotating dial is made of ceramic. The dial is fully covered in glowing Super-Luminova, and the date at 6 o’clock can be easily read with a magnifying glass. 

Additional details from Tag Heuer

  • Calibre 5 automatic movement
  • Screw-down stainless-steel case back with engraving of an old-school diving helmet
  • Double anti-reflective treatment on flat sapphire crystal
  • Water-resistant up to 300 meters
  • Rubber strap in either color

These timepieces will not be limited edition and they are currently available at tagheuer.com The retail price for this model starts at $2,700

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