New Generation Tag Heuer Aquaracer 300

With iconic designs such as the Carrera, Monaco, and Monza, TAG Heuer is most famous for their pioneering racing chronographs. In 1982, TAG Heuer fully plunged into the diver’s watch category with the Aquaracer – a tool watch positioned for reliability in all conditions.

The codes for the design and performance of diver’s watches have changed since then, and TAG Heuer was up for the challenge. In 2021, their Aquaracer range re-emerged with a new lease on life, featuring heavy-duty materials, and upgraded features for the modern diver.

Let’s check out the new generation of TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 watches.


Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional Steel Silver Dial WBP201C
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Steel Silver Dial WBP201C


Precision and Reliability

The Aquaracer 300M, as its name suggests, has a water-resistance rating of 300 meters, making it ideal for sailing. Several features were put in place to achieve this. The case includes six studs to aid handling with gloves, while the oversized screw-in crown contains double safety gaskets to prevent dust or water from penetrating the insides of the watch.


TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Steel Orange Dial WBP201F /  TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT Steel Blue Dial WBP2010
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Steel Orange Dial WBP201F /
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 GMT Steel Blue Dial WBP2010


What links this new iteration to previous generations of the Aquaracer is the unique 12-sided bezel. Its knurled edges and flat facets make for easy turning, whereas the built-in safety function ensures that the remaining time for a countdown may only be lowered, never increased, by unintentional movements to the bezel. As a result, wearers of the Aquaracer 300M will always have a firm grasp on time.


Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional Steel Black Dial WBP201A
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Steel Black Dial WBP201A



Design and Materials

The case of the Aquaracer 300M measures about 43mm, which provides enough presence on the wrist, especially underwater. It comes in two material options – versatile stainless steel and lightweight titanium.


Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional Titanium Green Dial WBP208B
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Titanium Green Dial WBP208B


Confident and versatile, the Aquaracer 300M’s overall design is expressive of the brand’s sports legacy. Dials are usually rendered in high-contrast hues such as silver, black, or blue for maximum legibility but TAG Heuer also threw in a bright orange, pink, and green, which lend a playful twist.

Aside from the sunray brush finishing, the watch face also has an anti-reflective treatment, as well as luminous hands and markers that make it easy to read time underwater or in low-light conditions. The date window at 6 o’clock also ensures optimal legibility with a cyclops lens above it and is also responsive to quick date changes.


Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Caseback
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Caseback


Updated for the contemporary diver, the steel caseback is engraved with a diving helmet motif that first appeared on the Aquaracer case in 2004 – with repeating hexagon shapes echoing the watch’s nautical spirit.




The collection offers two choices for bracelets. First is a stainless steel band with a safety clasp to prevent accidental opening. The blue and black models come with a choice of a versatile rubber strap that matches the color of the dial and bezel.


Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Fine Adjustment System
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Fine Adjustment System


TAG Heuer’s ergonomic fine adjustment mechanism is featured on both models, allowing the watch to be readily modified to fit over a wetsuit, or simply to accept comfort changes as the temperature fluctuates.




In addition to the classic time-and-date Aquaracer, the new collection also features a GMT model. Time-and-date watches run on the in-house automatic Caliber 5, which offers a balance frequency rating of 28,800 vibrations per hour and a 38-hour power reserve.


Tag Heuer Calibers 5 and 7
TAG Heuer Calibers 5 and 7


Meanwhile, the Aquaracer 300 GMT relies on the Caliber 7 – a Swiss-made self-winding mechanism with a 50-hour power reserve.



The Aquaracer 300 straddles the line between elegance and professionalism and is a pure symbol of TAG Heuer’s adventurous spirit. Explore our selection of TAG Heuer Aquaracer 300 watches at


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