...I think so.
Strange, because JCB said in that interview that he did with you that the Link was a pointless range, that the Link bracelet should just be a bracelet that they could use on other watches...
Guess someone made a good case for it and JCB changed his mind.
There are the Oyster and Jubilee bracelets from Rolex.
And then there's the LINK by TH.
I cant think of any other iconic bracelet that are unique to one brand.
The first link that I have liked. I was expecting then to drop that range entirely.
The heuer01 link looks good too
Sensible thickness and diameter is just about acceptable. I quite like it. Probably not enough to go out and buy it, though. Not sure how important it is in the range, although I can see it being bought by people in suits.
The Omega Bond SMP bracelet comes to mind! But yes, the TAG Heuer Link bracelet is unmistakable.
Watch geeks would also likely cite the Royal Oak integrated bracelet to be pretty "iconic".
What's interesting is that there seems to be a little bubbling of integrated watches brewing amongst the upper-middle market watches.
It started last year (or was it 2015) with Eterna then Concord and Girard Perregaux followed by Piaget and now TAGHeuer have this to add to the "original" trio Genta offspring that have always defined this watch-type.
Is this sort of dress/sports (ahem... Sports/ELegance...) going to see a resurgence?
Anyone pre ordering this link ?
The more i see it, it is a better and wayyyyyy more economical than piaget polo
I want to see it in the flesh. It looks fantastic in the pictures.
Please take picture then if you see on in steel.
Video from Time+Tide, co-founded by @Calibre11
New article, which includes several quotes from our very own David Chalmers.
Thanks for that- hadn't seen it!
Nice video footage, I still have not seen it in person but it looks very appealing in video and photos
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