Here is Mine......... Love the Aquaracer - 2011 Titanium PVD Chrono Automatic....
Also, I definitely recommend getting a strap from C&B - their customer service is simply amazing. They went out of their way to correct an error with the first strap they sent me. The next time I want a strap, they're the people I'll get in touch with first.
Last edited by ajk1979; December 13th, 2011 at 07:34. Reason: Added note of thanks.
Armand Nicolet M02
Porsche Design EternaP6612
Ebel Discovery 1911 COSC
Tag Heuer Aquaracer
Another AQ500 here.
Certina DS First Automatic, Tag Heuer 500m Aquaracer
Good Morning Gentlemen!Found this site while researching my new Monaco and saw the thread for the Aquaracer OG and had to pop-in - here's my first TAG and my everyday watch (except when REALLY doing manual labor!): JUST got it back from TAG for repair - I discovered the hard way that the Calibre S is NOT a diving watch despite the 300M waterproof statement! The crown is not a screw down and on my wrist it can too easily be pushed while maneuvering underwater . TAG had it for 8 weeks but it came back good as new with new face and movement.I did also learn the hard way that even if you have the warranty card and they validate it's authentic that they won't honor the warranty without the AR details on it...I guess I need to figure out what TAG I should get now for diving since the AR is out!
That's because of the movement: Valjoux 7750 (ETA 7750)
On this forum you can find soms topics about this movement. It's normal, some people consider this behaviour as very disturbing but then again this ETA 7750 movement is very solid.. The only thing I don't like is the fact that this watch is so heavy because of the 7750 movement + so thick.
This movement is common used and there are many watches using this 7750 movement but all very different in price. Some consider that as marketing nonsense because those people say that a watch should mainly be judged on it's movement.
- a Hamilton or Tissot watch with ETA 7750 movement, +/- €1000,-
- TAG Heuer (Aquaracer 500m calibre16 chrono) with this ETA 7750 movement, +/- €2700,-
>> both estimated SRP (suggested retail price)
I love the Aquaracer line! One of my favorite watches in my collection is the 2000 classic. I wish they still made them, I'd have a lot more!
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