Shinning TAG Heuer Link Men Calibre 5 Replica Watch Review

Thoroughly updated for 2017, the TAG Heuer Link Calibre 5 Replica Watches continues to be the sporty Swiss watchmaker’s answer to a men’s jewelry-esque “business” watch. In its newly evolved form, the Link gains a more distinct form that is both more aggressive than previous generation models and designed to catch a lot more attention. Even though there are watches in the same category as the Link at lower prices, in a lot of ways, the Link offers detailing and aesthetic touches you’d often find in much more expensive watches.

The Calibre 5 is TAG Heuer’s name for the Swiss Sellita SW200 automatic. Visible through the sapphire crystal caseback window, the mostly unembellished base automatic mechanical movement powers the Cheap TAG Heuer Replica at 4Hz with about two days of power reserve. The movement is basic but sufficient for the target demographic who wants a Swiss watch with a Swiss movement.

Over on the dial we see a remarkably clean and bold face that almost surprisingly focuses on good proportions and legibility. With that said, the dial is not without its sense of attitude and personality. The TAG Heuer Replica Watches polished hands and matching hour markers feel as large as they are reflective. Not reflective in a serious legibility harming way, but rather in their ability to garner attention as anything shiny would.

Being effectively shiny as a men’s item is something that TAG Heuer Replica got right in the Link, and in many respects, I can’t think of too many other truly contemporary men’s dressy business bracelet watches that are this boldly shiny and yet still elegantly tasteful. The hour markers and hands can afford to be so big because the rest of the dial is relatively clean and uncluttered. I would however have liked for the date disc’s color to match that of the main dial.

Overall, I applaud TAG Heuer on their ability to stay on task with the dial of the Swiss TAG Heuer Link Calibre 5 Replica Watches. It is sporty, legible, attention-grabbing, and otherwise, as restrained as possible. The case, which is 41mm wide and water resistant to 100m is in steel, and very different than previous generation Link models. The case is actually three distinct shapes all somehow rolled into one. The Link case is round, tonneau, and cushion-shaped. How did that happen? This is because the dial is round, the bezel is cushion-shaped, and the case itself is tonneau, with wide lugs that integrate directly into the bracelet.