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    Re: TAG movements

    thanks for useful info.

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    Re: TAG movements

    Really, in house? I didn't realize they had an in-house calibre. That makes the watch even more interesting to me.

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    Re: TAG movements

    The calibre S is in-house? I didn't realize that, makes it even more interesting to me.

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    Re: TAG movements

    I didn't realize the calibre S was in-house. That makes it even more interesting to me.

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    Lightbulb Re: TAG movements

    Hi folks just a thought what about posting Older model's Movement ,(say from Tag acquisition of Heuer?) with the /size /gender/ Quartz orAuo/ ETA or otherwise
    might help newbies who buy into the brand with vintage icons.

    Regards
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    Re: TAG movements

    does anyone know of any source or table or chart, for QUARTZ movements on all TAGs ?

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    Re: TAG movements

    What about the Calibre 1?

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    Re: TAG movements

    A reworked Unitas apparenlty ?

    The Monaco chrono has a Calibre 12, not sure which one that is, in-house ?

    Also there was an 18k gold Monaco that possibly had a 7750

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    Re: TAG movements

    Caliber 5:

    The Selitta SW-200 can be added to the list of movements under the Caliber 5. I know for a fact that the 500m uses the SW-200. It might be an ETA Clone (of a 2824,2834, or 2836), but if you do not believe me, look for yourself. I recently took a jeweler's loupe to the exhibition case-back and found the engraving along the edge of the movement. The jeweler's loupe is 10x magnification and you will need to hold it really steady to see it. I read in an article that they were using the SW-200, but was a little skeptical as it was not in the Caliber section of the TAG book. Selitta was licensed to make the ETA 2824 in the past, and that is where the SW-200 originates. So Thought someone might like to know.

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    Re: TAG movements

    From what I've been told the El Primero is basically the same as the Calibre 36
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