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    Re: TAG movements

    Wow, seems like the Calibre 5 movement on my Aquaracer WAN2110 is a pretty basic movement. So is it considered an inferior movement?
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    Small update. I had forgotten that I hadn't got to the bottom of the composition of the Calibre 49 and left two options in there. I've now edited out the wrong one:

    Calibre 1887 based on Seiko 6S37 Calibre 5 Sellita SW200 (used to be ETA 2824-2)
    Calibre 1969 prototype only Calibre 6 ETA 2895-2 (also Sellita SW260-1)
    Calibre CH80 updated version of 1969 Calibre 7 (GMT) ETA 2892 (2893) (also Sellita SW300)
    Calibre S electro-mechanical Calibre 8 (GMT) ETA 2892-A2 (Soprod TT651 GMT module)
    Calibre V belt driven Calibre 11 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2002 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 01 updated version of 1887 Calibre 12 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2008 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 02T based on CH80 with tourbillion Calibre 16 Sellita SW500 (used to be Valjoux 7750)
    Calibre 17 ETA 2894-A2
    Calibre 18 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2223 chronograph module
    Calibre 36 Zenith El Primero
    Calibre 45 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 4510 chronograph module
    Calibre 49 Dubois Depraz Calibre 4900 (ETA 2894 + DD calendar + date modules)
    Calibre 360 ETA 2892 base with TAG Heuer manual wind chronograph module


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    Re: TAG movements

    Another small update: Calibre 11 has confirmed that teh CH80 has been renamed the Heuer 03 and will be used in the 2017 Autavia reissue and throughout the the rest of the TH range beyond that.

    Calibre 1887 based on Seiko 6S37 Calibre 5 Sellita SW200 (used to be ETA 2824-2)
    Calibre 1969 prototype only Calibre 6 ETA 2895-2 (also Sellita SW260-1)
    Calibre CH80 updated version of 1969 Calibre 7 (GMT) ETA 2892 (2893) (also Sellita SW300)
    Calibre S electro-mechanical Calibre 8 (GMT) ETA 2892-A2 (Soprod TT651 GMT module)
    Calibre V belt driven Calibre 11 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2002 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 01 updated version of 1887 Calibre 12 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2008 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 02T based on CH80 with tourbillion Calibre 16 Sellita SW500 (used to be Valjoux 7750)
    Calibre Heuer 03 CH80 renamed Calibre 17 ETA 2894-A2
    Calibre 18 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2223 chronograph module
    Calibre 36 Zenith El Primero
    Calibre 45 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 4510 chronograph module
    Calibre 49 Dubois Depraz Calibre 4900 (ETA 2894 + DD calendar + date modules)
    Calibre 360 ETA 2892 base with TAG Heuer manual wind chronograph module


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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Orange_GT3 View Post
    Another small update: Calibre 11 has confirmed that teh CH80 has been renamed the Heuer 03 and will be used in the 2017 Autavia reissue and throughout the the rest of the TH range beyond that.

    Calibre 1887 based on Seiko 6S37 Calibre 5 Sellita SW200 (used to be ETA 2824-2)
    Calibre 1969 prototype only Calibre 6 ETA 2895-2 (also Sellita SW260-1)
    Calibre CH80 updated version of 1969 Calibre 7 (GMT) ETA 2892 (2893) (also Sellita SW300)
    Calibre S electro-mechanical Calibre 8 (GMT) ETA 2892-A2 (Soprod TT651 GMT module)
    Calibre V belt driven Calibre 11 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2002 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 01 updated version of 1887 Calibre 12 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2008 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 02T based on CH80 with tourbillion Calibre 16 Sellita SW500 (used to be Valjoux 7750)
    Calibre Heuer 03 CH80 renamed Calibre 17 ETA 2894-A2
    Calibre 18 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2223 chronograph module
    Calibre 36 Zenith El Primero
    Calibre 45 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 4510 chronograph module
    Calibre 49 Dubois Depraz Calibre 4900 (ETA 2894 + DD calendar + date modules)
    Calibre 360 ETA 2892 base with TAG Heuer manual wind chronograph module







    Calibre 7 (GMT)? does Sellita make an equivalent with the GMT complication yet?
    Or is this just saying that the the 2893-2 is the GMT version of the ETA 2892, and the SW300 is the equivalent of the base 2892
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by arbyjr View Post
    Calibre 7 (GMT)? does Sellita make an equivalent with the GMT complication yet?
    Or is this just saying that the the 2893-2 is the GMT version of the ETA 2892, and the SW300 is the equivalent of the base 2892
    As I understand it, the SW300 is the equivalent of the 2892 which is the vanilla Calibre 7.

    The 2893-2 is the GMT version of the 2892, as you say. I don't know if the SW300 has a GMT variant.
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Orange_GT3 View Post
    As I understand it, the SW300 is the equivalent of the 2892 which is the vanilla Calibre 7.

    The 2893-2 is the GMT version of the 2892, as you say. I don't know if the SW300 has a GMT variant.
    OK, it seems as though the SW330 is the GMT variant.
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    Re: TAG movements

    Clarification of the Sellita movements used in the Calibre 7 models.

    Calibre 1887 based on Seiko 6S37 Calibre 5 Sellita SW200 (used to be ETA 2824-2)
    Calibre 1969 prototype only Calibre 6 ETA 2895-2 (also Sellita SW260-1)
    Calibre CH80 updated version of 1969 Calibre 7 (GMT) ETA 2892 (2893)
    also Sellita SW300 (SW330)
    Calibre S electro-mechanical Calibre 8 (GMT) ETA 2892-A2 (Soprod TT651 GMT module)
    Calibre V belt driven Calibre 11 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2002 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 01 updated version of 1887 Calibre 12 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2008 chronograph module (used to be ETA 2892)
    Calibre Heuer 02T based on CH80 with tourbillion Calibre 16 Sellita SW500 (used to be Valjoux 7750)
    Calibre Heuer 03 CH80 renamed Calibre 17 ETA 2894-A2
    Calibre 18 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 2223 chronograph module
    Calibre 36 Zenith El Primero
    Calibre 45 Sellita SW300 with Dubois Depraz 4510 chronograph module
    Calibre 49 Dubois Depraz Calibre 4900 (ETA 2894 + DD calendar + date modules)
    Calibre 360 ETA 2892 base with TAG Heuer manual wind chronograph module


    Seiko Kinetic Titanium | Rado R5.5 | Maurice Lacroix Pontos S | TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 7 Twin-Time | Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 300 SLR | TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 12 ACM | TAG Heuer Calibre 1887 McLaren 1974 Edition | Seiko Presage Platinum SPB041J | TAG Heuer S/el Chronometer
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    Re: TAG movements

    Thrilled the CH80 is coming back


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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Orange_GT3 View Post
    As I understand it, the SW300 is the equivalent of the 2892 which is the vanilla Calibre 7.

    The 2893-2 is the GMT version of the 2892, as you say. I don't know if the SW300 has a GMT variant.
    Ok thank you,
    I'll kind of keep an eye out, because I am back to looking for another watch and GMT complication is my normal go to feature. I have been thinking of replacing my Omega, but I can't get used to the thickness of their new watches. I keep trying to buy, but i end up walking away because I just can't get used to the size. So It will probably be from outside of the swatch group.
    but again thank you for the quick reply...
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