I believe I have this watch, although it looks different than all of the pictures in this thread.
If anyone can help me identify and price it would be appreciated.
My watch is silver with 3 gold things sticking out of the right side. The part that changes the time when you unscrew it, and 2 other buttons that make the hands rotate around. This is a chronograph watch for sure, although Im not sure of the model. The band is solid gold, no filler, although its silver there are little gold rods screwed into the band. I know this because I sent it to Tag to have the thing fixed and they wanted 3500 for the band. The face of this watch is white, with very shiney gold markers. It has the regular time face, and 3 little circles. One at 10 o clock, one at 2 o clock, and one at 6 o clock. The Tag emblem is located in the upper middle part of the face at 12 o clock. Inside it says Professional on the left, and 200 meters on the right. The band clasps very neatly and there is a Tag emlem on the lower part of the head of the watch at 6 o clock right before the band. I was under the impression this was a 6000 series, but it doesnt fit any of the pictures I have seen here. The watch its self is extremely heavy, and the face is fairly large. I would date it around early 00, late 90s if I had to take a guess. Its in very good condition, normal wear. Thanks for any help