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"The Fragment Formula 1 — Yes, It’s My Favorite TAG Heuer Chronograph . . . Ever"
I just want to comment on an interview Jeff Stein gave to International Watch on the Fragment Design Formula 1( Fragment Formula 1).
First I want to give Jeff kudos for a great interview.
I was amazed how my opinion of the watch changed as I read the interview. Jeff's description along with his knowledge of Heuer watches is amazing. I am no Heuer watch expert in any stretch of the word, but my knowledge increased just reading what he said about the watch, explaining its roots and comparing it to the watches of old.
If you haven't read it, you should. The link is above.
I hope I don't offend him, but my only criticism of his take on the watch is I felt the date should have had a white boundry around it. Not like the Reference 11063 Autavia with it's layered look, but a simple outline in white that is bold yet subtle.
But again, what do I know?
Jeff, Thanks for the read