Tag Link Swiss watches
The Tag Link was known as the S/el when it first appeared in 1987 and was later renamed "Link", recognizing its most singular characteristic of all- its bracelet. The Tag Link bracelet holds two "S" -shaped links that give it a more comfortable fit than the traditional "brick" links usually found in other time pieces.
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The iconic new Tag Link features a highly elaborated and sophisticated geometry that combines cushion and round shapes on the bezel and polished, rounded edges. Its logo and indexes are hand-applied and its dial displays a vertical streak effect. Other Tag Link features include: water resistant to 100 meters and especial luminescent markers for excellent readability in the dark and under water. The design of the Tag Link conveys luxury, durability and elegance making this a timeless symbol of refinement.
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