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The brand's most important releases coincidentally match Pantone's Colour of the year. The dial of the 1858 Geosphere has a range of shades of blue ranging from a cool blue on its ceramic bezel, to a deep midnight blue on its textured dial. This dial then fades to nigh-on pitch black all around. The oceans and seas in each hemisphere have the same deep shade of blue. There is luminous paint for the hands, indexes and compass on the bezel.

Super-LumiNova markers on the bezel are a unique touch. This, along with the bi-directional movement and ceramic material, highlights the watch's purpose as a tool to help navigate in the dark.Replica Tag Heuer Watches The new Geosphere, which is made of grade 5 titanium, also highlights the 1858 as a timepiece that can withstand the test of time. Replica Tag Heuer Watches also launched a bi-metal strap for the watch in titanium and steel links.

The Replica Tag Heuer Watches 1858 Split Seconds Chronograph LE 100 with a grand feu blue enamel dial.

The 1858 Split-Second Chronograph Limited Edition in blue is also housed in grade 5-titanium. The watch is based on a Minerva monopusher clock from the 1930s, which featured a noteworthy movement calibre 17.29. The dial is reminiscent of vintage chronograph displays, with a snail scale for the tachymeter and a telemeter in the inner ring.Rolex GMT-Master II Replica Watches In the past, both functions were useful. The tachymeter, used by early pilots to plot their speed, and thus their physical location, using cartographical maps was the telemeter.

The dial is made of grand feu enamel on a solid gold base. The master enamellist layers the vitreous material between 800-900 degrees Celsius, before cooling it. While grand feu enamel usually comes in one colour, Replica Tag Heuer Watches created a graduated dial with a blue that ranges from a deep marine at the center to a lighter blue towards the edges. It is a difficult task, because the artisan must blend the colors evenly in order to achieve a uniform gradation.