TAG Heuer has something special for all you GI Joes, an all new G2 Titanium version of the Aquaracer 300M Cal 5 with a ceramic divers bezel - called the Aquaracer Camo.
Inspired by the Siberian Tundra, the Arctic-style camouflage pattern of the Aquaracer Camo has been applied to the dial as well as a mil.-style NATO strap.
The Aquaracer Camo offers everything you'd expect from a dive watch. This is due in no small part to the fact that it belongs to the Aquaracer collection, TAG Heuer's famous line of divers watches.
Water-resistant to 300 meters, its robust lightweight case is machined from Grade 2 Titanium with a matte black PVD treatment to reinforce its stealthy style, as nothing should catch the light or the enemy's eye.
The bezel has a minute track (graduated every minute for the first 15 minutes) and is made from matte black ceramic, which is also particularly scratch-resistant.
While the black PVD-coated solid G2 Ti caseback sports the iconic divers helmet least we forget that this is a diver.
Once again we see camouflage being used in Swiss watchmaking HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.
So what do you think? Is camouflage something that translates well on a
divers watch, does it have any lasting appeal or is it just another fad?