There is no doubt that 'tool watches' hold a special place in the hearts of many collectors, ourselves included. In fact, Analog:Shift was founded nearly ten years ago with its eyes set squarely on vintage divers, which then evolved into purpose built tool watches in general.
With their simple designs and robust movements, the tool watches of the 1960s and 1970s were built to accompany the adventurer across the globe and to keep time at its great heights, dark depths, and around a racetrack.
Today, tool watches are stronger than ever with the spirit of an era past living on in the full spectrum of the market - from entry-level micro-brands, all the way up.
In the mid 1980s, Techniques d'Avant Garde acquired Heuer and released the Formula 1 line of watches as their first watch under the new brand, TAG Heuer. The Formula 1 line was made serve as a robust, dependable, and affordable tool watch and featured a wide variety of colors, material usage, and eventually complications and features.
This particular watch, a Reference WAZ1112, features a 41mm steel case with a luminous gloss black dial with matching handset, a steel unidirectional rotating timing bezel, a sapphire crystal, and an excellent stainless steel bracelet with a locking clasp.
If you are looking for a good looking, functional, and affordable option in the tool watch segment, we think that this is an excellent option.
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