Hands-On: The 40mm Two-Tone TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Watches

In 2022, TAG Heuer expands the Aquaracer platform to include the 40mm Professional 200 series, an action that makes the entire range even more attractive. The Aquaracer’s 2020 redesign makes it one of the best-looking dive watches on the market, but I think what really opens up the Aquaracer to a wide audience is the addition of a 40mm model to the existing 43mm and 45mm models. At the show earlier this year, Replica TAG Heuer expanded the Aquaracer Professional 200 series, launching six watches in precious metals. The two most popular ones are undoubtedly the 40mm two-tone versions, available in steel and rose gold, as well as steel and yellow gold.

Although not as gorgeous as the four watches released at the same time. But the  40mm two-tone model here comes in 18k 5N rose gold and 18k 3N yellow gold for a sunray-brushed bezel insert and matching crown. It pushes the watch into a more luxurious realm without the glitz of the solid gold model. Additionally, while trying these replica watches, I never felt like I needed to treat them precious or delicate. You don’t feel like you’re wearing a gold watch, but just a watch with gold accents here and there.

The case is angular but doesn’t feel rough, with a mostly brushed finish (even gold!) keeping it sporty. They are 11.5mm thick and wear fairly flat (a bit like a Formex Reef, actually). The contours created by the fitted strap make it very comfortable on the wrist. The screw-down crown is easy to grip and operate and helps ensure 200m of water resistance. I found that the bezel itself is not only beautiful, but has the perfect balance of tension and grip, allowing it to operate smoothly without being nudged.

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