TAG Heuer has introduced a GMT version of its Aquaracer Professional 300 with a nautical color palette. The new 43mm stainless steel Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT makes a compelling case for vacation time on your wrist, boasting not only 300m water resistance, but a second timezone-tracking GMT complication.
The need for a two-tone GMT bezel allows TAG Heuer to emphasis the blue and white color palette beyond its ribbed dial and also pick out the GMT hand and second hand in a complementary shade of yellow lacquer, all meant to reflect “the sky, the sun, the water and the crashing waves.” While the 24-hour scale bi-directional, 12-sided ceramic bezel helps keep track of a second timezone it does mean that the watch foregoes the dive time minute scale found on the regular Aquaracer Professional 300.
Beneath the dial the watch is powered by a Calibre 7 GMT automatic movement with 50-hour power reserve and date, magnified on the dial with a cyclops. The Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT is available now via TAG Heuer, priced $3,500 USD on a midnight blue rubber strap or $3,800 USD on a stainless steel bracelet.