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Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer is steeped in automotive racing history, both real and virtual. They’ve recently released two watches for a second collaboration with gaming giant Nintendo. The first watch is a Mario Kart F1 Chronograph that’s housed in a 44mm stainless steel case with a dial that’s all Mario goodness: the character at the 9 position subdial, the game logo in the bezel, red Mario accents, a racing checkerboard dial, and our favorite… a date window with Mario icons like a banana, yellow star, etc. Very cool. The movement is actually TAG’s modified ETA 7750 Caliber 16 movement. 3,000 units will be made. The second watch is a actually a high-end tourbillon in a 45mm titanium case with a sapphire caseback that has Mario Kart engravings and the XXX/250 denoting its very limited production number. The black and red accented dial is multilayered, and you can see Mario, Spiny Shell, and Bullet Bill on the tourbillon cage where they rotate like they’re chasing each other. The Chrono is already sold out, but if you want to get the Tourbillon (for way more coin), you can still get one.

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