The 10 Best Tag Heuer Watches For Men
This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in July of 2018. Tag Heuer has been making high-quality watches in Switzerland for over 150 years, and that long, storied history has resulted in some of the most reliable and iconic timepieces on the market. Our list contains options for men that are suitable for a range of activities, from the links to the racetrack, and even the deep blue sea, ranked here by movement quality, versatility, and design. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
May 13, 2020:
While the previous incarnation of this list contained a good variety of excellent examples from the company, we thought it would be important to bring our selection up to speed with what's actually under current production in their Swiss facilities. We also found some opportunities to upgrade some of the previously included quartz models to their automatic counterparts. These are undeniably superior to their quartz offerings, but it should be noted that the bulk of their calibres are in fact modified ETA, Selita, or Zenith movements, with the rare few actually being produced in-house.
It's also undeniable that the Monaco Swiss Automatic FC6356 remains one of their most iconic and reliable timepieces, though models from their Aquaracer line like the Aquaracer Calibre 7 and the Aquaracer Ceramic 300 offer some of their best waterproofing specs, with the Calibre 7 beating out even the likes of Rolex's famous GMT Master II for water-resistance.
There's also the Connected Modular 41, the company's smartwatch. It's a solid choice among such items produced by high-horology brands, with a reliable operating system and decent specs. It lacks sufficient water resistance to swim for extended periods, however, which may be a deal breaker for some users.
Formula 1 FC6473 While a lot of the company's designs could be considered relatively safe and conventional, the emerald green dial on this model is a pleasant outlier. Its tachymeter bezel makes it a great choice for race enthusiasts who want to be able to time laps, and its red-tipped chronograph hands are easy to read at a glance. tagheuer.com
Carrera Nanograph This option features a flying tourbillon at six o'clock, an undeniably high-end feature in a black titanium case that's designed to get attention. It's skeletonized dial and bright green accents draw the eye, while a high-quality caliber keeps accurate time. It's one of the company's most expensive offerings, however. tagheuer.com
Aquaracer White Dial While many diver models feature ceramic or aluminum bezels, this offering fashions its timer out of steel, making it one of the few options in the company's lineup to meet the criteria of a true tool watch. Setting it is also a breeze thanks to nodes along its exterior, and its bright orange strap is easy to see if you're digging around a dive bag for it. tagheuer.com