Joined the F1 club bought a 2009 grande date black dial waiting for it to arrive tomorrow, first Tag a change from Tissot.
I am waiting for my quartz F1 grande date black dial to arrive.
When the battery runs out should i change it myself or not, will i need a specialist tool to get the back off.
In short, no real special tool required just Screw Back Watch Case Opener and a bit of know how so that you don't mess yr watch up. You must also ensure that after closing the back , your watch still is good for water resistance.
In Australia, last i checked TAGHeuer charges around 65$ (plus tax, plus materials) for a quartz battery change, some adjustments, water resistance check, cleaning and other bits and pieces. Including postage.Or you can go to a watch battery service stall at yr local mall and get a basic batt change for like 10$. I also imagine that a reputable watchmaker will charge some where between those two prices.
Anyone knows if opening the case back of TAG Heuer F1 by ourselves will void the international warranty?
Some other brands would, because there's some markings they put in place to detect any opening by persons other than theirs.
Curious and would be interested to know...Thanks
I've got a Formula 1 from I believe 1999 or 2000, limited Renault Sport edition. Number 467/1500. In january it will be send to Tag Heuer service center for e new bezel and a service. As you can see, that's quite necessary...
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