Tag Heuer Formula 1 Quartz Watch For 2010

Tag Heuer Formula 1 Quartz Watch For 2010

Here are some nice looking and very inexpensive Italian watches from Fullspot. Certainly designer, certainly fashion-y, certainly the opposite of most of what you have in your collection. But actually quite fun. How cheap? Not really sure to be honest as there seems to be two prices. The brand's US site wants per watch, while the Fullspot's Italian site (both have e-commerce components) wants .35. With shipping I am not sure how much they are. So, it is either of the two.

Since the Hublot F1 King Power as a watch is not new I will not going into detail about the technicalities. This is a new limited edition of 250 pieces (like all of them) for Japan's Suzuka race track released recently at 2011 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix. It has a cool skeletonized dial and ceramic disc brake-style bezel. The case is 48mm wide in zirconium (a lot like titanium). The neatest part are the predominantly white and red colors meant as an homage to the Japanese rising sun flag.

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Inside the watch is a Swiss ETA A07.171 Valgranges movement (which is newer and made for larger watch cases). The neon green watch hands looks like psychedelic versions of those on Patek Philippe Nautilius or Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watches (well aside from the pointed tip).

On the Isofrane-style rubber strap (included) it looks sporty:

WTF Alpina? Seriously, is this a joke? Does this watch suffer from hereditary dwarfism? Can you even call a 44mm wide watch a dwarf? Oh, I am sorry, I meant "little watch." No, the watch is the right size, but the hands, those sad pathetic looking hands, are shrunken at the least. Look at them looking all sad? Even the chronograph subdial hands feel bigger.