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One of their most iconic watch collections, the TAG Heuer Link collection was revamped in 2011. It was originally introduced in the 1980s and has been a big part of the brand's arsenal since then. The core of the Link collection is connected to its bracelet which offers a unique feel and look.
The bracelet tends to be the standout factor for this collection with Tag Heuer having restructured the aesthetic substantially. The links in the bracelet tend to be flatter and angular with the space between the parts reduced compared to the older models. The bracelet was designed to have no exposed pins on either side illustrating some very ingenious engineering. The bezels stand out being polished, containing Roman or Arabic numerals. Instead of being round, the bezel ring tilts down giving it an interesting cushion shape.
The elegant Link is available for both men and women. The TAG Heuer Link features a date window at the 3 o'clock position in most of the timepieces. These date windows are fitted between 4 and 5 o'clock in the chronograph variants. The Link Chronograph features a horizontally stacked configuration of the chronograph dials and two pushers controlling them. For women, the diamond-studded bezel adds to the opulence of the collection. In some of the timepieces, the diamond-studded index markers are complimented with mother-of-pearl dials.