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my objections

: Thanks for the link.

: However this is probably the worse written
: press release of the year.

"TAG Heuer’s view of ergonomics: live every day in harmony with the future."

"The strength of the Autavia TAG Heuer Calibre 11: a movement that is a natural heir to the Chronomatic, in an even thinner version with a 40-hour power-reserve."
What exactly is the strength of what?

"A talent for invention and a taste for sports, with that special chic that sets the gentleman apart: unmistakable signs of heroes of the road, sea and sky. Heroes forever."
I simply don't buy it. Leave heroes alone.

"The choice of two dials. The first is traditional: a tribute to the silver opalescent dial combined with black timers and blue hands. The other is more daring: the black dial contrasts with silver timers and orange hands."
I don't see why the black dial is more daring. It is "traditional" in fact. And the hands of both watches are silver.

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