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    Re: TAG movements

    I'd say it's the other way round actually

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    Re: TAG movements

    Can anyone tell me what type of movement the Grand Carrera Calibre 8 has? Is it an ETA movement or in house?

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    Re: TAG movements

    I think GCs are all ETAs highly modified to be what TAG calls Rotating Discs. They should be nice.
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Eeeb View Post
    While researching the Dubois Depraz modules used by TAG and Heuer, I encounterd this list which I thought would be interesting to the crew...


    TAG Cal
    movement
    watch

    4
    ETA 2671

    5
    ETA 2824-2 (2834 in some models(??))
    Aquaracer, Carrera, Link

    6
    ETA 2895-1
    Monza, Monaco

    7
    ETA 2892-A1
    2000 Chronometre, Link Chronometre

    7 GMT
    ETA 2893-A2 (Dubois Depraz Calibre 312??)
    Carrera GMT

    11
    Dubois Depraz 2022
    Autavia Chronograph

    16
    ETA/Valjoux 7750
    Carrera, Monza, Aquaracer Chronographs

    17
    ETA 2894-2
    Monaco, Monza, Carrera, Kirium Chronographs

    36
    Zenith El-Primero
    Monza 36, Link 36

    60
    Dubois-Depraz 2073
    Aquagraph 2000

    corrections and additions are invited!

    Hi,

    Great list!

    Do you know the difference between Calibre 16 and Valjoux 7750?

    What I mean is whether any modifications are being carried out on the Valjoux 7750?

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    Re: TAG movements

    Thanks for the list, and all the great info here.

    I just ordered this watch:
    Aquaracer Calibre S CAF7010.BA0815


    Based on posts I became aware most Tag Heuers are using someone else's movement.

    This thread shows my watch has an in house movement, as I had no clue as to movements I'd appreciate any input available as to if this is a good or bad unit.

    I don't have it yet but chose it based on style and reviews gleaned from the web.

    Thanks

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    Re: TAG movements

    It certainly is an interesting movement, very legible chrono, I'm happy with my F1 Calibre S, actually I'm wearing it now, but you should be aware of this "feature" -> Craftsmenship issues with Carrera Calibre S? : minute hand has a bit of "play" by design.
    Last edited by webvan; December 26th, 2009 at 21:56.

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    Re: TAG movements

    Thanks for the link, it is coming from an AD so if there is a problem it shouldn't be a problem. I will set it and pay attention before I wear it thanks to your help!

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    Re: TAG movements

    how about the calibre 2 in monaco 69? does it uses eta in the automatic side?

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    Re: TAG movements

    Not sure about ETA, but it's not an automatic AFAIK, it's a manual movement.

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    Re: TAG movements

    All the mechanisms of TAG Heuer, here:

    http://www.relojes-especiales.com/fo...17#post1207817

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