TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 WBP201B.FT6198

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  • Based in Switzerland
  • 14 Days of Free Return
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  • 2 years warranty

A deep-sea diving companion. Driven by the automatic Calibre 5, the new TAG Heuer Aquaracer is engineered for performance. The vibrant blue sunray dial perfectly matches the blue rubber strap, with fine adjustment offering extreme comfort. Bold Super-LumiNova® filled hands and octagonal hour markers echo the case geometry, offering unrivaled legibility in the darkest conditions. A blend of brushed and polished finishings complements the new slimmer 43mm stainless steel case. Crafted for intense performance. Revamped for the modern diver, the case back is engraved with a diving helmet motif – with specific shapes echoing the watch's spirit.

Automatic movement
  • Ref. WBP201B.FT6198
  • Diameter 43 mm
  • Gender Men's
  • Clasp Folding Clasp
  • Brand TAG Heuer
  • Warranty 2 years
  • Product Type New
  • Case Stainless Steel
  • Dial color Blue
  • Strap Rubber
  • Year
  • Collection Aquaracer
  • Box Yes
  • Condition New
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Your order can be cancelled or exchanged within 14 days from its delivery date.

from the date of receipt of your order. Only watches that have not been worn, in perfect condition and in their original packaging can be returned or exchanged.

Only people residing in Germany and who are 18 years old minimum and 65 years old maximum, are eligible for a 0% loan application. In the case of a purchase with direct payment, anyone anywhere can freely buy on our website.

All our watches come with their original case and certificate as well as the brand’s international warranty.

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