Its subtle detailing makes this automatic timepiece stand head and shoulders above the competition. The new Link case; a separate seconds counter at 6; elegant vertical texturing on its silver or black dial; hand-applied logo; faceted and polished indexes and a sapphire crystal case back.A watch that appeals to urbanites and to outdoors types. This model is also available in a steel and gold version.
With the upcoming TAG Heuer Calibre 8 being released soon, it’s good to look back a little to the TAG Heuer Link Calibre 6 replica watch, which has been a popular watch by TAG Heuer enthusiast and watch lovers world wide.
This TAG Heuer Link Calibre 6 has a stainless steel case and bracelet with a brown dial.
TAG Heuer Link Date Calibre 6 Automatic replica watch is one of TAG Heuer's most elegant entry-level automatic watches and definitely a model worth to consider as your first high-end Swiss replica watch. The movement Calibre 6 features a date complication as well as a self-winding mechanism. The most significant part is the subdial at 6 o'clock with the small sweeping second hand. Everything else is simplicity in design and exclusivity when it comes to quality. This watch is definitely a great timepiece.
The main difference between the Link Day-Date and Link Date is the size. The first one is 42mm, while the latter is only 40mm. That was probably one of the key reasons, that I haven't picked the smaller Link Date. But an even bigger reason to choose the Day-Date was what the name indicates: The day and date complications. And in addition, a more detailed dial of that replica watch, with a big sweeping second hand, something I have always preferred over a small sweeping second hand placed into a subdial, as it's done in the case of the Link Date Calibre 6. This is of course purely a matter of taste and if you like simplicity, that would probably be a very great choice for you. Most of the other things are very similar, from the bracelet to the design of the bezel, these two watches are definitely cousins, if not brothers. What made the biggest difference for me was when I tried on both watches and saw how they looked on my hand. The Link Date didn't look bad at all and I would buy it, if I hadn't have the option of choosing the Link Day-Date and try it on at the same time. My wife also said, that she liked the latter more, as the first one appeared too simple to her.
Balance frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz). Power reserve: about 38 to 44 hours depending on the execution.
Hours — minutes — small seconds at 6.Date window.
Oscillating mass: "Côtes de Genève", engraved "TAG Heuer — Calibre 6 — Swiss Made".