1. calibre11user

    calibre11user Jun 4, 2015

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    With only smaller Tag Heuer dealers with limited selection around where I live, I am forced to buy online and am thus worried about fit on my relatively small wrist (~6.7 inches / 170 cm). Does anyone have the lug-to-lug length of the larger Carrera models?

    In particular the Grand Carrera Calibre 17 RS CAV511A.FC6225 and the Carrera 1887 43mm CAR2A10.BA0799?
     
  2. dsio

    dsio Ash @ ΩF Staff Member Jun 5, 2015

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    Thickness might be the real issue on a 6.7 inch wrist, but that'd be the case for almost all chronographs except maybe something like the Lemania 1873 powered hand-wound Carrera models.
     
  3. calibre11user

    calibre11user Jun 5, 2015

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    Thank you for the reply, but that doesn't answer the question that I posed, viz. "Does anyone have the lug-to-lug length of the larger Carrera models?".
     
  4. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jun 6, 2015

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    I don't have the answer- but the main driver of length is the diameter of the watch, as the horns on a Carrera are all in proportion. Based on what you say, I would have thought 43mm would be too large and you'd be safer with 41mm or smaller
     
  5. calibre11user

    calibre11user Jun 6, 2015

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  6. elbeik

    elbeik Jun 7, 2015

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    I have a tiny wrist as well; my daily is a 41mm Carrera, and I do own a 43mm Monaco Grand Prix. It's borderline at the limit.