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My Review of the Autavia Isograph

So what happens when you take the defining elements of the pilots's watch, the dive watch and the racer's watch, and combine them into a new three-hand Autavia?

Here's my in-depth review of the new TAG Heuer Autavia, on Hodinkee --

Got to say -- it was kind of fun trying to get to the "essences" / defining features of these three types of sport watches. We know them when we see them, but what really makes a dive watch a dive watch, etc.?

Simple summary of the reactions to the new Autavia Isograph -- watch enthusiasts generally seems to be OK with the watch (as evidenced by comments on the Hodinkee posting); the vintage collectors are not fans, evidenced by comments on Instagram and in Facebook groups.


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