Is the JLC 630 considered HAQ?

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    Is the JLC 630 considered HAQ?

    I'm not sure if it's thermocompensated, but it's definitely HEQ, if not HAQ.

    Anyway, I sold one of those (in a IWC/Porsche Design Titan Moonphase Chronograph), and my Grand Seiko SBGX093, and my Seiko SBCM023 in the past few weeks, so I'm kind of bummed out. I do still have the non-moonphase version of the IWC/Porsche Design (JLC 631), as well as my Rolex Oysterquartz 17000.

    No photo of the Porsche Design, but here's my Oysterquartz with recently added black dial.

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    Re: Is the JLC 630 considered HAQ?

    The JLC 630 is not HAQ, but at least it had a rate trimmer.
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    Re: Is the JLC 630 considered HAQ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-HK View Post
    The JLC 630 is not HAQ, but at least it had a rate trimmer.
    I had an IWC Schaffhausen Da Vinci SL Chronograph fitted with Jaeger-LeCoultre's (JLC) Cal.631 'MecaQuartz' movement.
    Such a fine timepiece! I had it calibrated to +1 sec./week (on-wrist all the time) by the authorized watch center in Sydney, Australia for free of charge back in the year 2003. It's a pity that it was not HAQ otherwise it would be still my No.1 watch... Here is a picture of it from the net:
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