People looking for a sporty and elegant watch usually turn to TAG Heuer WAZ1110.BA0875.
Since its inception, it has become associated with high performance, reliability, and boldness.
Over time, it has gone through changes to stay in line with growing demands for a fully functional, versatile, and dependable watch.
And in this TAG Heuer WAZ1110.BA0875 review seeks to find out if it’s a worthy choice.
- Stainless steel watch with uni-directional black ion-plated bezel and matching dial with luminous hand and hour markers and date...
- 41 mm stainless steel case with synthetic-sapphire dial window
- Quartz movement with analog display
Fine-Brushed 3-Row Bracelet
The watch features a stainless steel bracelet, which, according to many people is strong, but still doesn’t feel too bulky on the hand.
One reason for this is the flexible nature courtesy of the 3-row design. It moves freely and is also easy to adjust. In addition, the length of 7 inches should work okay on different wrists.
The smooth finish is unlikely to leave any marks, abrasions, or irritate the skin. This comfortable feeling is farther improved by the lighter weight, in comparison to similar types.
The bracelet secures via a finely polished deployment buckle, which bears the brand name.
Masculine Sporty Stainless Steel Case
For as long as we can remember, TAG Heuer has always preferred steel to other materials when it comes to the case.
This watch is no exception and you get a finely polished stainless steel case. It comes in a round shape and has a bold look to bring out the “masculine” appeal.
The 41mm diameter doesn’t look too large on the wrist.
By sharing a similar finish with the bracelet, it creates a seamless style, which also blends well with the rotating bezel. And since its stainless steel, you should expect it to maintain its elegance for A very long time.
Chances of corrosion, rust, color fade, or tarnish affecting the watch are highly unlikely.
Stylish Unidirectional Steel Bezel
The unidirectional bezel allures many people to the watch. It comes in a black color, just like the dial, and features a raised shield that gives it the bold look.
In addition, it is coated with carbide to give it strength, a classy lock, and longevity. The raised edge should also provide some protection to the sapphire crystal.
You will also find 5-minute markers, all written in Arabic numerals. They stand out from the black color owing to their fairly large sizes and silver color.
The screw-in crown has a nice but easy-grip for easy operation and is also finely brushed and raised.
Analog Swiss Quartz Movement
The timepiece has stuck to the brand’s long tradition of using Swiss quartz movement.
And as you may already be aware, the mechanism is highly rated when it comes to precision and accuracy. This watch will only lose a few seconds in a month and to know the kind of movement, all you need is flip it over and look at the stainless caseback.
The analog aspect brings out a classic appeal that has been synonymous with the company. You also get a date window at the 3 o’clock marker.
And to make reading time convenient, even in a dark room, all the hour markers, and hour and minute hands have good luminosity.
When it comes to looks and appeal, the watch scores pretty high. The brushed steel blends nicely with the black dial and unidirectional black bezel. Reading time is made easier by the large face, luminous hour markers and hand.
What’s more, it is very sturdy and chances of abrasion, vibrations, moisture, sweat, high temperature, and other things damaging it are unlikely. These are but a few of the reasons that make it such a valuable piece.