Are you looking to make a strong impression during your next business meeting? Are you meeting someone new and you want to put your best foot forward? Are you simply looking to reward yourself with ‘something nice’ to celebrate a new promotion, a great new job, or a new milestone in your life? If you answered YES to any of these, you would be joining the ranks of the many Tag Heuer fans all over the world. Throughout the years, Tag Heuer has become quite a men’s watch luxury brand. The TAG Heuer Men’s WAZ2113.BA0875 proves this luxury perception is very much deserved and on point.
The TAG Heuer Men’s WAZ2113.BA0875 features a black dial sporting a notched bezel. Of course, the iconic Tag Heuer logo shield is featured prominently right under this watch’s 12 o’clock position. Coming in at a 41mm diameter, this beefy men’s watch definitely know how to make an impact. Not only does this stainless steel watch come with a scratch-resistant synthetic-sapphire dial window, its analog display has all the hallmarks of a classic luxury watch. Paired with solid water resistance of as deep as 660 feet and a Swiss automatic movement, you can rest assured that the money you paid for this timepiece is all worth it. This timepiece definitely delivers on all the common expectations most fans would want from a marine or water activity watch.
WAZ2113.BA0875 Style: Men’s Marine Watch
Marine watches are fairly straightforward. They are luxury watches worn by accomplished men of high net worth who have developed a fondness for sailing or marine adventures. That’s the bottom line. When you’re sizing up this type of watch, you’re looking for a combination of ruggedness, styling, and water resistance. On all three counts, the TAG Heuer Men’s WAZ2113.BA0875 comes out like a winner. This should not be a surprise. After all, Tag Heuer has made quite a name for itself as one of the top choices for men’s activewear luxury watches. Its marine watch entry is not much different from its other active luxury wear designs.
Featuring a Formula 1 case made of stainless steel case, this watch has a stainless steel bracelet and black dial. Of course, it is scratch resistant so you can frolic in the sand, dive, snorkel, or otherwise enjoy the great pleasures of seaside activities without worrying about your watch.
Movement type: Swiss automatic movement
Living up to its Swiss pedigree, this watch is fully automatic. And we’re not just talking about your run of the mill expensive automatic movement system. This timepiece uses Swiss automatic movement. Make no mistake about it, an automatic movement system is impressive enough as it is. If you add Swiss precision and attention to quality and detail to the mix, you’re looking at a package that is quite impressive indeed. That’s precisely what you’re dealing with when you strap on a WAZ2113.BA0875. You make it clear to whoever you’re with or in front of that you enjoy a challenge and can take on a challenge-while doing it all in style.
Of course, given its Swiss automatic movement, the TAG Heuer Men’s WAZ2113.BA0875 isn’t exactly cheap. However, given the branding firepower the Tag Heuer imprint brings to the table, paying north of one thousand bucks for this bad boy is not only expected but well worth it.
Special features: 660 feet depth water resistance
While 660 feet depth water resistance is great for a luxury watch, this depth resistance isn’t enough for a hardcore marine watch. Also, you would have to wait how long you spend underwater with the TAG Heuer Men’s WAZ2113.BA0875. Unlike other marine watches that can tolerate much deeper water levels and enable you to stay submerged for hours on end, the WAZ2113.BA0875 focuses on more basic concerns.
If you’re looking to do some light snorkeling or if most of your beach side activities are focused on the water’s surface, you should be fine. However, if you think you’ll be doing lots of diving, you might want to pick another watch.
If you’re looking for a luxury watch that is rugged and highly functional for light marine activities, this watch is for you. Do keep in mind, however, that this is not a heavy duty marine watch. If you’re looking to dive to deeper depths or stay underwater for long periods of time, you might want to keep this model at home and opt for a cheaper Japanese watch.