Children’s Heart Unforgettable Tag Heuer Tag Heuer And One Piece Cooperation Watches Are On Sale In Japan Only

The fun brought by animation is no longer an exclusive memory of childhood. Swiss avant-garde watch brand TAG Heuer has transformed this innocence into a wrist-like way in a imaginary way—to join the world ‘One Piece’ jointly launched a new limited edition watch in Japan-TAG Heuer Aquaracer Aquaracer Special Edition Limited Edition Watch (Aquaracer Phantom One Piece Special Edition), so that this Children’s Day is no longer simply a child, It belongs to every innocent person.
The Aquaracer Black Phantom watch is matte black paired with red, which symbolizes the passion and friendship between ‘One Piece’ Luffy and friends, and blue, which symbolizes the pure ocean. It conveys the spirit of dreaming in seconds. The watch focuses on details, creating a unique timepiece that combines luxury and fun. The design of the bezel is based on the compass in the dream search, which clearly indicates the direction of travel. The dial and caseback are engraved with the silhouettes of the nine popular heroes, which will accompany you on your dream journey. This watch went on sale on July 23, 2016.

Optional cover special event
 Book this product from now until May 31, you can choose one of the 9 heroes carved on the bottom cover (the bottom cover of the general style is the silhouette of 9 heroes). In addition, subscribers can participate in the sweepstakes and have the opportunity to be invited to attend special events organized by Tag Heuer. 17 stores in Japan including Espace TAG Heuer in Tokyo and Osaka, and TAG Heuer Gallery in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture will be available for reservations.
product Overview
Products TAG Heuer Aquaracer Special Edition Limited Edition Watch
Tentative price 350,000 yen (excluding tax) limited to 1,000 in Japan
Pre-sale date July 23, 2016 (Reservation at TAG Heuer designated stores)
The watch with optional cover is limited to 500, and will be reserved at 17 stores including Espace TAG Heuer in Tokyo and Osaka and TAG Heuer Gallery in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture from April 15 to May 31.