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    Re: TAG movements

    Hmm that list is missing the best Tag movement of alll... the belt driven Monaco V4 :)

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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by JuanSinmiedo View Post
    All the mechanisms of TAG Heuer, here:

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

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    Although it's in Spanish, this is a nice add-on to Eeeb's list. :thanks
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    Re: TAG movements

    Ahoy Mates,

    First time checking this sticky on automatic movements.. Looks like a number of the early year 2000s models need to be added. Here the info I found in my 2001/2002 General Catalog.... there a "Technical Movements" reference page. I've only got 2 of them (2001 + 1991), but always looking for more. I have a nice collection of the freebie catalogs they gave out at ADs. Ranging from 1990 - 2009

    Model numbers/Case Reference in parenthesis




    5
    ETA 2824-2
    2000 Exclusive Automatic (WN2xxx)
    2000 Classic Automatic Full (WK21xx) and Midsize (WK22xx)
    1000M Specialist Diver (WS21xx)

    7
    ETA 2892-A2 (same as A1?)
    6000 Automatic Gents (WH51xx) and Mid (WH5xx) (although is doesn't state chronometer in the book, I've never seen a non chronometer-rated automatic in the 6000 Full or Mid size)
    Link Gents (WT51xx) AND Midsize (WT52xx) Auto Chronometer

    16
    ETA/Valjoux 7750
    Link Automatic Chronograph (CT21XX)
    2000 Exclusive Automatic Chronograph (CN21xx)
    2000 Classic Automatic Chronograph (CK21xx)

    17
    ETA 2894-2
    6000 Auto Chronograph Chronometer (CH51xx)
    Kirium Auto Chronograph Chronometer (CL21xx)
    Kirium Auto Chrono Chronometer (CL51xx) (released after 2001)


    Others not listed


    Lemania 1873
    Carrera Re Edition Mechanical Chronograph (CS31xx)

    ETA2893-2
    Carrera GMT Auto (WS2113) looks like the original only came with a black dial.

    ETA 2000
    Ladies 6000 Automatic (WH231xx)



    While were talking about early TAGs:

    Vintage note that I may have posted else where (from 1991 General Catalog)

    On the 2000 Auto Chrono " Models with the Valjoux movement have a tachometer scale (dial flange). Other models have a Lemania movement. (dial flange numbered 0 - 60 at hour points)

    It appears the Valjoux models start with 7, ie 760.306 (silver dial), and the Lemania movement starts with an 8, ie 860.306

    Of course many of you know the Lemania movement will also have the subdial cyclops date magnifier.



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    Re: TAG movements

    Do anyone have more info on calibre 5?
    I have tried searching everywhere. Do TAG do any major or minor adjustment to the ETA 2824-2? What about the escapement in the calibre 5 watches?
    I would be greatful to anyone that provides more information on the calibre 5 such as links, pictures, info etc. (Especially on the WAB2010, since I got that model)

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    Re: TAG movements

    The Calibre 5 can also be the elaboreé grade ETA 2836-2 (day-date)
    as seen in the WAF series AR (Day-date)
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    The Calibre 5 can also be the elaboreé grade ETA 2836-2 (day-date)
    as seen in the WAF series AR (Day-date)
    Calibre 5

    ETA 2824 / 2, or modifications to this as the Link 2834 in the double dater at 12 and at 6, or 2836-2, as in the Aquaracer with double calendar at 3 o'clock. Calibre 5 also can be a Sellita SW200, as the new Aquaracer 500m, but always Top grade. TAG Heuer currently only incorporates mechanisms Top grade or Chronometer grade, never less than this... currently


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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by JuanSinmiedo View Post
    Calibre 5

    ETA 2824 / 2, or modifications to this as the Link 2834 in the double dater at 12 and at 6, or 2836-2, as in the Aquaracer with double calendar at 3 o'clock. Calibre 5 also can be a Sellita SW200, as the new Aquaracer 500m, but always Top grade. TAG Heuer currently only incorporates mechanisms Top grade or Chronometer grade, never less than this... currently


    Regards.
    No, you are wrong.
    What is your source for this?
    I asked via PM JCBabin ( a member of the forum) and this was his reply.
    "The Tag Heuer Aquaracer day date model
    WAF2010.BA0818 has an elaboree grade ETA 2836-2".
    I don't know about the other models i am only sure for this one.

    Take care Carlos

    RR

    Last edited by Redrum; February 15th, 2010 at 14:24.
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    No, you are wrong.
    What is your source for this?
    I asked via PM JCBabin ( a member of the forum) and this was his reply.
    The Tag Heuer Aquaracer day date model
    WAF2010.BA0818 has an elaboree grade ETA 2836-2. I don't know about the other models i am only sure for this one.

    Take care Carlos

    RR


    Oh, sorry .... seems I'm wrong. It is incredible to have Mr. Babin in the forum, and to help us resolve some doubts.

    A greeting and thanks.
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    Re: TAG movements

    Quote Originally Posted by JuanSinmiedo View Post
    Oh, sorry .... seems I'm wrong. It is incredible to have Mr. Babin in the forum, and to help us resolve some doubts.

    A greeting and thanks.
    There's no need really to say you're sorry, we're all aficionados and enthusiasts and we're all here to learn.
    By the way, keep up the good job on RE.

    Take care

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    Re: TAG movements

    David,

    The 2893 = calibre 8 right?
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