TAG Heuer participated in the 2017 Alta California International Salon (SIAR) in Mexico City and announced the launch of the COSC-certified Calella Heuer-02T Mexico Special Limited Watch. At the press conference, Christian Weissbach, President of Top Replica Tag Heuer Carrera Watches Latin America and the Caribbean, and Karim Santiago, Director of Mexico, released the new watch. The new watch is strikingly designed with a striking design. The case is 45 mm in diameter and is made of five grade titanium. It is coated with black titanium carbide. It is lightweight and impact resistant. It is matched with a black ceramic bezel and a crocodile leather strap. The bezel is engraved with the words “Mexico”.
This watch is COSC-certified and equipped with a tourbillon movement, designed for the Mexican market, with a limited edition of 30 pieces. From the motherboard processing assembly, movement assembly, adjustment and refinement, installation of the case, functional and aesthetic testing, engraving and retouching, and chain strap: each step is done at the Replica Tag Heuer Watches Swiss watch factory. In the Swiss watchmaking industry, the price of this tourbillon watch is very competitive, once again reflecting the leading position of the avant-garde watch brand TAG Heuer in the reach of luxury. This is also a continuation of the reachable and perceptible value strategy proposed by Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer and president of the watch division of the LVMH Group.
Swiss Tag Heuer Carrera Replica Watches art innovator and famous street artist Alec Monopoly selected the 19th limited edition watch to commemorate the victims of the earthquake in Mexico on September 19. Ceremony host and Mexican actress Michelle Renaud announced the donation of the watch to the Global Gifts Foundation and Alec Monopoly’s latest work “Fuerza México”. These two pieces will continue to be exhibited at SIAR until October 19. They will then be filmed at the Global Gifts Foundation evening on November 1st, and the proceeds will be used to support reconstruction efforts and provide assistance to earthquake victims.