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Really informative, thanks to all who have posted the information!

Explains the number on my Formula 1, and points me in the direction for the Kirium I would like!

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Curious.... WAP1110. I can't seem to find what the P or AP represents. Any ideas?
Many thanks!

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Originally Posted by MickDaid
Curious.... WAP1110. I can't seem to find what the P or AP represents. Any ideas?
Many thanks!
I don't think it has any significance other than it differentiates it from the preceding model.

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by MickDaid
Curious.... WAP1110. I can't seem to find what the P or AP represents. Any ideas?
Many thanks!
As you seem to have noticed, W is for WATCH, C is for CHRONO. the next one or two letters represent the series : Carrera, Monaco, Aquaracer, etc. It used to be two letters and four numbers. Now it's three letters and four numbers. The first letter is, as I said, Watch or Chrono. The next represent the series. The first number is the movement, the next is the size. The third is the finish (stainless steel, gold plated, solid gold, etc..), the last number is any variation the model may have.

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Originally Posted by MickDaid
Curious.... WAP1110. I can't seem to find what the P or AP represents. Any ideas?
Many thanks!
As you seem to have noticed, W is for WATCH, C is for CHRONO. the next one or two letters represent the series : Carrera, Monaco, Aquaracer, etc. It used to be two letters and four numbers. Now it's three letters and four numbers. The first letter is, as I said, Watch or Chrono. The next represent the series. The first number is the movement, the next is the size. The third is the finish (stainless steel, gold plated, solid gold, etc..), the last number is any variation the model may have.

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Thanks for clarifying.

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I would like to revisit the topic of suffixes at the end of the model no. (e.g. -0 or -1)

Could this suffixes also give an indication to the age of the watch? i.e. watches with -1 newer than -0, and -0 newer than no suffix

I have come across watches of the same model and same bracelet / strap but one has a suffix and one doesn't, e.g. CL1110-1 vs. CL1110

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Newbie here trying to figure out my watch in order to buy a new crown
S95.713K

so I can summise 7 is the cream dial 13 is the boy's size or (mid size)

My S/EL is two tone SS/G I have seen another gold model same size face color and function S94.013, to me that locks in the 13 as size, rather than the last letter.

another piece?

Anyway if anyone can tell me which crown to use for this it would be appreciated, looking at
TAG Heuer Gold Plate Crown No. 113 WatchPart.co.uk - Quality Supply Of All Watch Parts
no older numbers there..

Example - the X determines dial colour as follows -

980.X13 -

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.

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SEL Professional 200 Series Code

I went a bit nuts today (bored) and think I have cracked at least most of this one

XXX.XXX(M) (-1)
S90= Chrome/SS plated
S99= Stainless Steel
S95= Stainless Steel & Gold Plating (2 tone)
S94= Gold Plated

S being for SEL

XXX.XXX(M,K)(-1)
?13= Boys Size (Mid Size)
?15= Ladies Size (also found 08)
?06= Mens Size

I still am working on the first digit in the second set of 3... so far
XXX.XXX(M,M/E,K) (-1)
0 or 7 = Ivory Facia
2 = Grey
3 = Black
8 = White

XXX.XXX(M,M/E,K) (-1)

so far, M (those with M at the end only have a single line reading 200 Meters on the face, not Professional 200 Meters as those without). From pics its likely the movement identifier

M/E, K or even -1, is the next challenge, it's almost as fun as the DaVinci Code....

Oz

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