New York City (NY); America’s best-selling watch magazine, WatchTime, tests two sporty chronograph watches — The TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Jack Heuer Edition and The Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue — for the cover story of its upcoming July-August 2014 issue. For those who don’t want to wait for the print issue, WatchTime is offering this feature article — including all specs and scores for both watches — as a special downloadable edition for $2.99.
Both sporty chronographs have their roots in the 1970s. The Tudor Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue is an updated version of the distinctive Montecarlo chronograph, launched in 1973, and the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Jack Heuer Edition has a 1970s-inspired design. These two timers go head to head in the latest in WatchTime’s popular series of comparative watch tests. This full-length cover story, entitled “Two Timers,” is available here: http://watchtime-shop.com/specials/cover-story-tag-heuer-vs-tudor.html
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Mr. Stephen Brown
PR & Office Manager