TAG Heuer Revs Up its Brands as Ron Gordon Watch Repair Revs Up its Repair Services

Everyone is concerned about COVID-19, and all people of good will are trying their best to deal with the Pandemic yet keep our economy going. An example is the Indianapolis 500 race. Originally scheduled for May 24, 2020, the race was postponed until August 23rd. It was finally held and boy was it exciting! If you didn’t see it, there will be both TV and Internet clips broadcast soon. The same goes for watch repair. We are “revving up” our business in our New York watch repair shop. We have fully reopened! New Yorkers are slowly but surely flocking back to the New York City, and we are seeing an uptick in inquiries for all types of watch repair, including TAG Heuer watch repair. People are more and more out and about, and they want to showcase their watches. The big brands – Omega, TAG Heuer, Rolex and others – are making an increasing comeback in inquiries for watch services.TAG Heuer Service in New York City


We keep a keen eye on the watch industry, and we were very heartened to see not only the return of the Indianapolis 500, but also the prominence of  TAG  Heuer brand at the Speedway. TAG  Heuer has been synonymous with the sport of automobile racing, perhaps more than any other luxury watch brand. This year marks its 16th year as the official timekeeper for the Indianapolis 500! It was super positive that the race was held after being postponed in a respectful manner as we all struggle to stay safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Here are some details of the latest Formula 1 TAG Heuer watch. The watch cognoscenti know that each year it is a tradition that the Swiss watchmaker release a special edition of its Formula 1 watch in order to pay tribute to the Indianapolis 500 and the Indianapolis motor Speedway.

The black tricompax dial of the Formula 1 43 mm Indy 500 2020 is distinguished by its asphalt-like pattern and brick-motif red stripe on the right side, a graphic depiction of the famous “Brickyard” remnant and its history. The 43-mm diameter case is made of black DLC-coated steel with a sandblasted finish; its fixed tachymeter-scale bezel is made of black sandblasted ceramic and sports an “Indy 500” logo in red. The hand, numerals and indices are rhodium-plated and coated with white Super-LumiNova.

Behind the screwed down, black-PVD-steel caseback, with its special Indy 500 engraving, beats a Swiss quartz movement, which powers the hours, minutes, small seconds (at 3 o’clock), date (at 4:30), and 1/10-second chronograph. The readouts for the chronograph’s elapsed minutes and hours are at 9 o’clock and 6 o’clock, respectively; the latter subdial features the Indy 500 logo, and also serves as a counter for the 1/10-seconds. Both subdials have a subtle azurage pattern that contrasts with the asphalt texture of the main dial. The watch comes on a perforated black rubber-and-leather strap, with a steel pin buckle. Limited to 1,500 pieces, and available as of August 2020, the TAG Heuer Formula 1 43 mm Indy 500 2020 Special Edition is priced at $2,050.

The Indy 500 logo appears as an engraving on the caseback. (Source: https://seyboldjewelry.com/tag-heuer-revs-up-for-the-indianapolis-500-with-new-formula-1-special-edition/).

Many of the watch lovers who live or work in New York City are also fans of TAG  Heuer watches. They may not own the latest Formula 1 watch, but they may own another representation of the storied brand. Watches, like race cars, need to be kept in tip top condition. One of the marvels of the TAG  Heuer timepieces is that they have moving parts, just like cars. Over time, therefore, they need to be repaired and serviced.


Indeed, many fans of TAG  Heuer and its automobile-themed watches, have more than one, and pass them down across the generations. In this way, there may be a TAG  Heuer that is not just one or two years old but perhaps 10 or even 20 years old. These watches are marvels! If you are lucky enough to own a TAG, or be gifted one, the first thing you should do is reach out to Ron Gordon Watch Repair to have the watch serviced and inspected. Ron can give you an evaluation of what needs to be done and get that watch into tip top condition.

There is no greater tragedy than a TAG  Heuer watch that is sitting in a drawer and not worn because it needs watch service. Contact Ron today about TAG  Heuer watch repair in New York City. We’re conveniently located in Midtown.