Don't think so, I found this model specifically online with the -0 and their clasp type was " Tri-fold, Sport style, with security flip-lock." I have the same on the non-0 model. Not quite sure that they would represent the orginial clasp on the case back. I do know that this model is now discontinued and he felt that he bought the last year's edition. Perhaps the -0 means it was made in the last year they made the WJ1114? Any other ideas?
Does anyone have an idea why some models are suffixed with an "-0" on the case back? It appears that one of the early posts mention it and I am seeing other models having this suffix and some of the same models with out it.
It is not mentioned on any of the posts.
it's their code for cases with newer bracelets
BTW, am new here. found this forum while trying to find answers myself, and already i have learned a lot. still, like to all of you, the x11.111 format remains an enigma. I own a watch that says S87.806 and might be, as I am not certain, an SEL. It was given to me and the previous owner didn't know as well what it meant.
I am looking at another watch that says WH5111 - K1. I now know, thanks to all of you, what the first six digits mean, but the 'K' and '1' marks still elude me. Pls help!!!
Eeeb, David and all others involved in this thread, sorry to bring up an older thread but still looking for info on the older codes xxx.xxx format,
My observations can only relate to the 1000 series but may be the same for other models.
See the attached pic of a catalogue scan taken from "onthedash", vintage heuer enthusiasts site with great info.
With regards to the 1000 series,
Example - the X determines dial colour as follows -
0 - Black Dial
1 - Luminescant Dial
6 - Blue Dial
9 - Red Dial
the X determines
980.0XX - the X denotes man/ladies version
06, 13, 20, 21, 26, 31 - Mans version
08, 15, 18, 25 - Ladies version
These last two digits also relate to the case, whether its two-tone, black pvd or plain stainless steel.
Also something i cant work out is the addition of a letter at the end as follows -
XXX.XXXB, XXX.XXXN or XXX.XXXL, think its size but dont know specifically.
Again, i have a hunch these codes may well be specific to models and may have a different meaning across the board?????.
Hope it helps a little in solving the puzzle.
All the best,
Last edited by dreamboat10; November 24th, 2009 at 11:28. Reason: spelling!!
if that is all correct, it is the farthest we have gotten so far on that subject !
TAG Heuer :
2000 Classic auto -silver
S/EL Leather auto -ss/gold
Formula 1 -1st edition -green
Pure Link bracelet -steel
Carrera -1st re-issue -solid gold
Monaco -1st re-issue
think ive worked out that a 7 means a white dial and a 13 at the end is a mens strap and a 06 at the end is a bracelet
Thread resurrection again but this seems more relevant than me posting up a new thread.
I'm currently looking at buying a WV211B.BA0787, that is, the one with bracelet and 'batons' instead of numbers. However I've seen several for sale which are stated as BA0787 but have numbers at 12, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10. Is this correct or do people have the wrong model, or is there some other means of differentiating between the two types? (I think I've also seen an FC2602, which I'd guess is the same watch but on leather.)
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