The black F1 has also been updated:
Anyone worked out their cash flow?
Mine's not looking good at the moment....
agreed for sure! really the only one so far that's caught my eye
ABW are reporting:
Or even a full black would be nice like:
I came across a February 27, 2016, posting from the Timezone.com forum, where someone apparently saw all the new models quite early and wrote up some rumors. One item of note is that:
The reference CAR2A10 , CAR2A11 and CAR2A13 will be discontinued : this case will receive only the caliber 16
The title is misleading; you'd think Tag Heuer is suffering whereas Mr. Biver is talking about the industry in general, and yet TH is still marking growth.
Although the strength of the Swiss franc is clearly hurting.
Yes, I agree they couldn't have picked a more misleading title. Click-bait I guess.
Thanks; hopefully David can get some sort of official confirmation. Otherwise, get them while they last.
I think JCBiver's talk about margins is indicative if where he's been looking at.
It is of course an extension of what was happening when JCBabin was running LVMH Swiss Manufactures and the union of Zenith and TAGHeuer and the consolidation of Cortech and Artecade into the fold.
I don't think many other companies can do the same sort of thing to reduce costs.
The new Heuer 01 grey titanium version looks absolutely amazing to me. I have a thing for chronographs where the tachymeter scale is etched into a metal bezel (think: Omega Speedmaster 57, Rolex Daytona). Just wish it was smaller than 45mm.
(screenshot from the Tag Heuer Youtube video for this watch)
Monza is stunning. Also a growing fan of the 01, more so with this new line up.
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