Tag Heuer Aquaracer Nightdiver

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The ‘80s were a time of peak fashion—just so long as you loved glow in the dark, obscenely loud patterns, and windbreakers. It’s easy to forget that those trends didn’t come out of nowhere though. For example: Back in that vaporwave-hued decade, Tag Heuer was one of the first watchmakers to use a white luminescent treatment for the dials of their dive watches. 

Their newly minted Aquaracer Nightdiver takes the best elements of glow-in-the-dark watch faces, and updates them for a modern audience. That they’ve managed to do so without losing the retro cool look of their older watches is a real testament to Tag Heuer’s craft. 

But it’s not all dashing good looks for the Aquaracer Nightdiver. It’s also backed up with a 300-meter depth rating, a comfortable black rubber strap with steel DLC buckle, and micro-adjustments to get your perfect fit. In short: There’s no more dive-ready watch that you’ll also want to wear when you go out for a drink.

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