Watching Movies: Leonardo DiCaprio Wears Two TAG Heuers For ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’
One’s gold, and the other’s less gold in our watch-related movie of the week.
Originally published by Danny Milton on HODINKEE, May 14th 2021
Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) showcases capitalism at its
A Week On The Wrist: The TAG Heuer Autavia 2017
Make no mistake, this is a thoroughly modern watch.
Originally published by Jon Bues on HODINKEE, October 5th 2017
On my first official day here at HODINKEE, I walked into the office to find a surprise waiting for
Our Favorite Two-Tone Watches
A newfound appreciation for steel and gold has our Shop Editor reaching for his wallet.
Originally published by Logan Baker on HODINKEE, March 9th 2021
Confession – I don't like two-tone watches.
Or at least I didn't think I did.
Maybe it was a lie I was
The New TAG Heuer Aquaracer Collection
TAG Heuer refreshes its tough-as-nails dive watch with a contemporary design.
Originally published on HODINKEE, October 4th 2021
Heuer was at the forefront of the Swiss watch industry from its inception in 1860, and the brand soared during the 20th century as
An In-Depth Look At The Calibre Heuer 02, Plus 12 New TAG Heuer Chronographs
A flagship in-house chronograph movement that charts a new course for TAG Heuer.
Originally published by Logan Baker for HODINKEE, February 16th 2021
Here's a scenario.
Imagine you're an executive at a prominent Swiss watch
So, you have done it. You have decided to bite the bullet and buy your first luxury watch. For some this will be a one-off experience to celebrate a milestone in life. For others this will be the beginning of a long and exciting journey
Timepieces from makers that have mastered the art of crafting their own movements.
By HODINKEE SHOP AUG 16, 2018
While in-house manufacturing is rightly pointed to as a sign of quality, it’s a misconception that only the most expensive watches feature movements made in house. Here, we present some
With the rise of mechanical watches as a luxury item, the engineering and finishing that goes into each movement has been brought into focus by watch enthusiasts. An exhibition case back has become a fairly common way for a consumer to see the details in
The day-date feature is incredibly handy. You've got the time, the date, and the day – what else could you need?!
It's also one of the best-value complications out there. Rolex is of course well-known for its take on the Day-Date, AKA the watch of presidents,
Blue dials are hot, hot, hot. Of course they are – nothing feels better on the wrist than glimpsing an ice-cold shade of blue on your watch. Or exploring the depths of a rich cerulean hue. There are so many different shades and styles to