S/EL S35.006M Chronograph dial question

  1. rollee

    rollee Apr 11, 2019

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    I saw a S/el chronograph in white dial, the case back is S35.006M while this watch is listed as CG1120.
    Which is the actual model number, and what are the differences.

    On the dial only '200 METERS' is seen, there is no 'PROFESSIONAL'. The owner claims that this watch is an authentic Tag Heuer watch, I read 'PROFESSIONAL' must be also be present but saw other '200 METERS' only on the web.

    May I ask for some advice from the knowledgeable members here, if I am looking at a fake. Thank you.
     
  2. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Apr 11, 2019

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    Hi. Here is the watch in question- the 92 Catalogue is helpful as it gives both the old and the new reference format
    1992-1993-041 (1).jpg

    So its definitely a quartz watch...and that should normally mean "Professional" on the dial. However, sometimes TAG Heuer would make small changes to the dial and not necessarily update the catalogue image. The only way to know would be to post a few more photos of the watch.