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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    It is the logo of an online gambling site (they had some watches produced together with Tag Heuer)
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    Do not try to confuse me with facts!

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    Hi guys!
    Hope I'm welcome in the Aquaracer/2000 club :) Here are my two watches that match the criteria, a 2000 Professional (WK1110-1) and Aquaracer Chronotimer (CAF1010). I have to say the Chronotimer strikes me as the most underrated Tag watch ever. Hardly a mention anywhere on the web, yet it's the best travel companion I've ever had (except for my wife...). Alarm, dual time, backlight, the water resistance, the robustness... I hardly ever travel anywhere without it, and if I do, I always miss it! :)
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    Awesome thread.

    You know, I joined this form awhile back and I realized that I really am a watch enthusiast. I've been fortunate enough to engage in pursuits I'm passionate about. I have a bunch of watches. Wife bought me a very nice watch for our 20th anniversary. However, even after learning about all different kinds of brands and wearing a lot of different watches the past couple of months I go back to this TAG as my daily wearer. It "sings to me," as they say. We're on vacation right now so couple of these are from the ultimate leisure time.

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    Oldie but goodie. Has not given me any problems whatsoever.
    Crown still screws down. Still a favorite after all these years.
    Something about this design reminds me of old ships (steering wheel = bezel) and diving bells (pushers).
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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    Here's my WAN2110 in a Isofrane Strap


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    New WAN2110

    The sad loss of my mid '90s F1 sparked an insurance claim and I just replaced it with this:

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    I have very sensitive wrists so tend to stay away from metal straps, so I have a TSS Atlas leather strap on it, which I think carries quite nicely:
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    Re: New WAN2110

    Great photos of a great watch. Very nice and clean lines
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    Re: New WAN2110

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    Great photos of a great watch. Very nice and clean lines
    Agreed. For some reason, WANs just don't seem to photograph very well (imo), but these are some really nice shots.
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    Thanks guys. I agree, they do not photograph well. I had to take a bunch of shots to stop the face looking all grey and had to really push the camera settings, but was pleased how these came out in the end.

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    Re: New WAN2110

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    calendar!!! Kind of odd....but love the watch!!
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