1. psn

    psn Jan 11, 2018

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    Just got this one yesterday.
    Have never seen so patinated a dial on a quartz watch before :)
    Now I see, that the indexes are sorrounded by steel.
    I had a similar one also from 1993 but without steel indexes.

    Does anyone now about the variations on this model. Calibre11 itself does not cover that.
     
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  2. Gambba

    Gambba Jan 14, 2018

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    There are so many big and small variations Tag Heuer made in complete ranges let alone specific models that it would be hard to know.

    Heuer/Tag Heuer kept non-existent records, so I think you will never know.

    The only option is to go through the catalogues in the Calibre11 knowledge centre and track the watch through the years and see if you spot changes.
     
    Edited Jan 14, 2018
  3. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jan 14, 2018

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    Agree- I don't recall having seen one with the steel borders
     
  4. Ignacio

    Ignacio Feb 22, 2018

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    FC20018C-E6CB-44F2-8970-ED36E9C9B7B5.jpeg I think this is the only variant and also the dial is steel.