The most recent two-tone watch to land in our shop, this take on perfect fake TAG Heuer Carrera chronograph pairs an inky black dial and ceramic bezel with rose gold elements, all inside a large 44mm case profile.
The 44 mm fake TAG Heuer Carrera CBN2A5AFC6481 is typically associated with clean and compelling mid-1960s chronographs that steered away from imposing dimensions and crowded scales, but that doesn’t mean the new Carrera Sport series isn’t authentic to the history of copy TAG Heuer. I equate the big, bold Carrera Sport models with the Heuer chronographs of the late 1970s and early ’80s – think classics like the Montreal, the Daytona (yes, there was a Heuer Daytona), and the Kentucky. These underrated vintage chronographs weren’t Carreras, but they offered plenty of eye-popping aesthetics that built on the ground that the original 1960s Heuer chronographs laid down.
This black leather strap copy TAG Heuer Carrera Sport features gold-plated hands and hour markers as well as an 18k 5N gold crown and chronograph pushers. It trades the bracelet found on the rest of the Carrera Sport models for a black alligator leather strap, just to dress things up a bit. Featuring the in-house automatic Calibre Heuer 02 inside (read our deep dive on the movement here), this two-tone chronograph packs quite the punch at $6,550.