Fashion Guide: 5 Newly Released TAG Heuer Watches in 2022

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With their philosophy of sparking dialogue through combining technological innovation and design, TAG Heuer has a rich history of putting out classy timepieces just as they are immensely functional. 

And with that, the top watchmaker is poised to release a selection of such timepieces. The designers have provided new versions of well-loved icons, and some are entirely new pieces that push the envelope of craftsmanship and design. These pieces will fit nicely within your wardrobe to enhance your style, whether for work or play. 

If you want to know more about the iconic new releases of these impeccable timepieces, we’ll share these TAG Heuer watches with you!

1.Aquaracer Pro 300 Orange Diver

As they would say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” 

This timepiece is a continuation of a style introduced in 2021, which included the Ref. 844 Orange Diver, a hit with collectors due to its instantly recognizable visuals. 

The watch can withstand depths up to 300m, where light is scarce, compromising visibility.

As such, a lot of thought has gone into designing the visuals and elements of this timepiece. The distinct orange shade is ideal for neutralizing the otherwise deep blue hue that limits visibility when underwater. 

The 43mm brushed and polished stainless steel watch features white tips on the second hand for even more contrast and legibility. A scratch-resistant, black ceramic ring surrounds the 12-sided unidirectional rotating bezel that ensures an even better grip underwater.

The watch is powered by the calibre 5 Swiss-made automatic movement and gives you 38 hours of power reserve.

While it undeniably shines underwater, we think that its distinct orange shade also works its wonders out of water. When paired with a laidback look, this minimalist watch can be perfect as a statement piece for its eye-catching color.

The watch retails at US$3,300 and is available starting in May.

2. Aquaracer Pro 200 Solargraph

In terms of innovation, this watch ticks the right boxes. As the watchmaker’s first-ever solar-powered watch (powered by caliber TH50-00, a La Joux-Perret production), they ensured that it would be the best and most powerful in its class.

With only 2 minutes of exposure to sunlight, you get enough power to last an entire day. If that doesn’t seem impressive enough, a mere 20 hours of exposure can give you power for six whole months. Just to put things into perspective.

Harnessing the sun’s power takes center stage in this piece, with its Super-LumNova (SLN) elements on the bezel, dial, and hands benefiting from solar charge. These elements glow in the dark, allowing for better visibility and a nice blue-green look that calls to mind the beauty of the Northern Lights. 

Its sporty style is highlighted by the 40mm watch’s all-black steel case crafted from DLC coating. The black rubber strap adds to the sporty yet bold visuals, ensuring comfort without compromising style.

Priced at US$2,950, the watch debuts in October.

3. Aquaracer Pro 1000 Superdiver

This watch takes the cake if we’re talking top-notch reliability, durability, and water resistance here. The watch is designed to withstand depths of up to 1000m and is powered by calibre TH30-00 movement, produced by Kenissi Manufacture SA.

TAG Heuer has a reputation for developing the most rugged yet clean-looking watches, and the Aquaracer Pro 1000 Superdiver is just one of them.

These include the 1000m Diver released in 1982, the Super Professional 1000m in 1984, and the Aquagraph 500m in 2003. If you’ve managed to get your hands on these, expect the same (if not improved) water resistance and durability from the latest release. 

The 45mm watch comes at a mind-boggling 15.75mm thickness, making it one of the thinnest diving watches ever. 


Expect even better visibility and legibility with this one, too. Throughout the watch, Super-LumiNova coating has been applied for the ultimate contrast with the help of SLN Grade X1.

True to the TAG Heuer design language, each color addition has an underlying practical function other than plain aesthetics.

The idea behind putting an orange on the first quarter of the bezel lies within the fact that the first quarter is most often used in timing decompression stops during deep-water exercises. As such, the piece successfully merges style with function.

The watch, coming in at US$6,650, will be available in July this year.

4. Carrera x Porsche Limited Edition Timepiece

Out of the water, back on the road. 

This piece celebrates TAG’s long history and relationship with the car manufacturer. This release marks the second chapter of the watch brand and carmaker’s partnership that began last year in February.

According to the folks at TAG, emphasis has been put on the racing side of the sporty Porsche Carrera. As a result, we are given a bold, sporty look, which is still unmistakably TAG with its classy trim.

The watch is based on the TAG Heuer Carrera Sport Chronograph since it is also powered by the in-house calibre Heuer 02 movement, ensuring that it can measure time down to the 1/2000th of a second. The 80-hour power reserve also keeps you running for longer.

The 44mm watch’s predominantly black coloring has yellow accents that call back to the signature racing color of Porsche. The subtle yellow lacquer on the crown and a Porsche logo on the bezel to further enhance the look. 

Black, asphalt-effect subdials are also present, tracing back to the previous release borne from the partnership. 

We think the textured black calfskin strap with yellow stitching it’s unmistakable that the watch perfectly balances ruggedness and a refined, sleek look.

Out in April, the timepiece comes at US$7,050.

5. Monaco Gulf Special Edition

This watch heralds the return of a beloved 2007 timepiece, the first Monaco edition displaying the Gulf colors blue and orange.

This latest 39mm iteration comes powered by the in-house Heuer 02 movement. And to update the already well-loved looks of the previous style, TAG has created a modern interpretation of Gulf’s iconic colors: dark blue, turquoise, and orange. These colors are present on the minute sub counters at 3 o’clock.

The Gulf logo on the dial is kept in white. The 12 o’clock index is replaced by a polished and rhodium-plated number 60, which comes as a tribute to the racing number on Porsche Gulf Racing cars. 

The strap is made of polished blue calfskin leather, trimmed with orange lining for a bold yet sophisticated overall look.

The watch will be available starting May and retails at US$7,050.


Whether speeding down the raceway or diving deep in the ocean, there’s an iconic TAG Heuer piece for anyone with function and aesthetics in mind. These 2022 additions to their already iconic line will give you even more choices. Find them and even more precious pieces here!

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