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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    IN! just got this today. although the bottom chrono pusher is missing. cheapest fix for that?

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    Bought this beauty last week.
    TAG Heuer Aquaracer calibre 16 (CAP2112.BA0833)

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    My first TAG, good entry level model I think.
    The blue face is so nice to look at, love at first sight for me. (Don't care that TAG has a tarnished rep amongst "connoisseurs" )

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

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    ... (Don't care that TAG has a tarnished rep amongst "connoisseurs" )

    Yup. Research a watch model as thoroughly as you can. When you're done, and you decide it's worth buying ... Buy it and enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nexus82 View Post
    Bought this beauty last week.
    TAG Heuer Aquaracer calibre 16 (CAP2112.BA0833)

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    My first TAG, good entry level model I think.
    The blue face is so nice to look at, love at first sight for me. (Don't care that TAG has a tarnished rep amongst "connoisseurs" )
    I purchased mine about the same time as you, however, opted for the limited edition colours as was practically half price from a authorised high street chain (I got 465/500). Loving it so far, although found it really heavy for the first few days as previously used to wearing a longiness conquest auto which is a feather in comparison, plus my wrist is fairly small. Think I may get the rubber divers strap as then I'm sure it will be limited to 1/1 :)
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    Here's mine. It was a gift from my father a couple years back when I turned 21. I love the nice simple design and 38mm size works well for both sporty and dressy occasions. This is one of those watches I won't ever get rid of.

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club


    Here is mine
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    After a couple of weeks and several full days' worth of evenings spent reading up on everything on this blog, I decided to join this club by purchasing my new black Aquaracer. I went from looking at "Automatic" on the dials and wondering whether that meant self-winding or quartz kinetic; to getting nudged by the prevailing Omega and Longines opinions into browsing through their entire websites during every work break I took; to considering saving up for a Rolex; to taking the plunge (dive?) on this bad boy. I would normally be loath to pick the most popular choice, but the seeing WAN 2110 as one of the more popular choices on this forum I'll count as a pro. Besides, having a new TAG and a Watchuseek account seems contrarian enough. Anyway, I would like to thank everyone not just on the forum but on Watchuseek for helping me finally get a replacement for my old F1 quartz (it was a weird feeling, taking that watch off 15 years after getting it as a confirmation present -boy did that watch take some punishment-, but I'll continue to use it as my beater for years to come). So to all of you out there wherever you are, here's a pic of my wrist and my new Aquaracer:

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    Re: The Aquaracer - 2000 Club

    Quote Originally Posted by Rajk76 View Post
    I purchased mine about the same time as you, however, opted for the limited edition colours as was practically half price from a authorised high street chain (I got 465/500). Loving it so far, although found it really heavy for the first few days as previously used to wearing a longiness conquest auto which is a feather in comparison, plus my wrist is fairly small. Think I may get the rubber divers strap as then I'm sure it will be limited to 1/1 :)
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    Hi, May I know which country did you bought this watch from? It's beautiful and I had tried to search for the same in Singapore. But none of the shop have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carton View Post
    After a couple of weeks and several full days' worth of evenings spent reading up on everything on this blog, I decided to join this club by purchasing my new black Aquaracer. I went from looking at "Automatic" on the dials and wondering whether that meant self-winding or quartz kinetic; to getting nudged by the prevailing Omega and Longines opinions into browsing through their entire websites during every work break I took; to considering saving up for a Rolex; to taking the plunge (dive?) on this bad boy. I would normally be loath to pick the most popular choice, but the seeing WAN 2110 as one of the more popular choices on this forum I'll count as a pro. Besides, having a new TAG and a Watchuseek account seems contrarian enough. Anyway, I would like to thank everyone not just on the forum but on Watchuseek for helping me finally get a replacement for my old F1 quartz (it was a weird feeling, taking that watch off 15 years after getting it as a confirmation present -boy did that watch take some punishment-, but I'll continue to use it as my beater for years to come). So to all of you out there wherever you are, here's a pic of my wrist and my new Aquaracer:

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    I share your joy as I felt the same way when I got mine in June this year and it's my very first TAG after craving for one for over 10 years. Good stuff!
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