TAG Heuer’s Night Diver Resurfaces

Alongside two new Aquaracer Professional 300s.

By Terry Christodoulou 08/09/2021

Following on the launch of the new Aquaracer Professional 300 series, unveiled at Watches and Wonders Geneva in April, TAG Heuer has revived an icon in the all-black, lume dialled Aquaracer Professional 300 Night Diver.

The Night Diver – first introduced in the mid-1980s – was well-loved by active and style-conscious watch buyers.

The timepiece also has a special place in the heart of Bond fans, marking the first time a TAG Heuer was worn by 007 in Tim Dalton’s debut as the MI6 agent in The Living Daylights.

Today’s Aquaracer Professional 300 collection retains the signature details of the much-loved watch, including the famous 12-sided bezel and horizontal engraved lines.

The heady trio unveiled – of which the Night Diver is a part of – takes the Aquaracer Professional 300 collection to 11 references, each addition boasting a 43mm stainless steel case, rubber strap and TAG Heuer’s innovative adjustable folding clasp.

The Night Diver sees a black DLC-coating upon its stainless -steel case, bezel, crown, caseback and clasp. The bezel insert is highly resistant black ceramic.

Further, the Night Diver’s fully luminescent dial is coated in green Super-LumiNova delivers exceptional glow-in-the-dark performance ensuring legibility in the depths of a dive.

Elsewhere in the new release arrive black and blue versions. That pick up on the bracelet models introduced at Watches and Wonders: both are colour-themed with matching black or blue dials, ceramic bezel inserts and rubber straps.

The three new Aquaracer Professional 300 references are powered by TAG Heuer’s Calibre 5 automatic movement. They all have solid casebacks stamped with the famous scaphander diving suit, complete with a 12-sided faceplate. All Aquaracer Professional 300 models are water-resistant to 300 metres.

The all-black Night Diver Aquaracer Professional 300 will cost $4800, while the other two models cost $3950.


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