Thursday, July 2, 2015

TAG Heuer Introduces Limited edition “Aquaracer Ogasawara World Heritage” Pair of Watches

Swiss watch maker TAG Heuer has recently introduced the Limited edition “Aquaracer Ogasawara World Heritage” pair of watches benefiting to preserve the unique ecosystem of the Ogasawara Islands, now registered as UNESCO World Heritage.
A phantasmagorical introduction to the depth of the seas: in the new 634 meter-high landmark of Tokyo and in presence of the Mayor of Ogasawara Islands, TAG Heuer revealed on the day of the official registration as UNESCO World Heritage, the Aquaracer Ogasawara World Heritage pair of watches.
The Bridal model, inspired by the very special blue of the Ogasawara Islands sea- the farthest part of Tokyo city located at 1000 km south for the megalopolis- and the new Aquaracer 300 meters collection coming this fall, surrounded by the penguins parade. The Summer Japan limited edition will contribute to preserve the unique ecosystem of the Ogasawara Islands, with a donation of a part of the profits which will be generated by the sales of the watch.

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