First, some history on the Autavia: the first Heuer timepiece with that moniker was actually a dashboard counter for racing cars and aircraft released in 1933. Jack Heuer, at the time the head of the Heuer watch company that would later become known as Swiss Tag Heuer Watches, revived the name for the wristwatch chronograph he created in 1962, during the Golden Age of motor racing. The Autavia wristwatch was notable for its rotating bezel, large snailed counters, and ultra-legible black-and-white color scheme.
Borrowing faithfully from many aspects of the vintage Rindt model, the modern-day TAG Heuer Autavia has a Fake Tag Heuer Watches 42-mm stainless steel case with a bidirectional, notched bezel made of black aluminum; beveled lugs; vintage-style “mushroom” chronograph pushers and a ridged crown; straight hour and minute hands; and polished steel baton indices filled with Super-LumiNova. The logo on the dial is not “TAG Heuer” but the original “Heuer,” clearly evocative of the watch’s ’60s forebear.
A contemporary touch not found on the historical model is the date, which is located in a window at 6 o’clock. The most notable difference between this Luxury Tag Heuer Watches and the other recently released Autavia models is the dial’s so-called “Panda” color scheme: white, silver-sunray main dial with three black subdial counters, contrasting with the black-dial/white-subdials look of the mainstream Autavia. Another subtle difference: the use of white Super-LumiNova on the indices and hands rather than the beige, aged-patina-look Super-LumiNova on other Autavia models.
Most definitively modern — and a clear upgrade from the vintage Autavia models — is the movement, Cheapest Swiss Tag Heuer Replica Watches automatic Caliber Heuer 02. An evolved version of TAG Heuer’s CH-80 caliber, it oscillates at a speedy 4-Hz frequency and packs a power reserve of 80 hours. Comprised of 233 total components, including an openworked, blackened rotor, Caliber 02 includes among its notable elements a column wheel and a vertical clutch for the integrated chronograph function.