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  1. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Sep 24, 2020

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    Thanks to you, Jim! :) :thumbsup:
    Now it will be very difficult for my Modular collection to grow any more, but I will continue looking for the Alec Monopoly Limited Edition strap, and the orange rubber strap with TH logos, which are the only ones missing! :D
     
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  2. kappa_md

    kappa_md Sep 24, 2020

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    I agree! Sir @Albert-AMG is the WORLD’S LEADING EXPERT on the TAG Heuer CONNECTED to ETERNITY :thumbsup::thumbsup:

    Good job and kudos sir! :):)
     
  3. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Sep 24, 2020

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    :D :D :D
    Thank you very much for your kind and enthusiastic words, sir @kappa_md !! :) :thumbsup:
     
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  4. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Sep 24, 2020

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    This trend is worrisome to me and casts doubt on whether I should buy a watch with the H02 movement. :cautious:
     
  5. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Sep 24, 2020

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    Exactly! I guess time will tell how good the H02 actually is
     
  6. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Sep 24, 2020

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    Perhaps it’s better to buy a watch with the Heuer 02 movement but without a date window, such as the Carrera 160th anniversary ;)
     
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  7. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Sep 24, 2020

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    Hah yes good solution
     
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  8. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Sep 25, 2020

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    Speaking of which, when are TH going to make their own three hander movement so we can get away from the Calibre 5? Surely that can't be that difficult? Why would you start with chronographs? Just buy the rights to the Seiko NH35 and tune it up a bit.... :whistling:
     
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  9. Mr_Orange

    Mr_Orange Sep 25, 2020

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    Because TAG Heuer are most known for their chronographs. They make 3 handers out of necessity and to broaden their market appeal. They are th raison d'etre.
     
  10. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Sep 25, 2020

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    True, but surely it would have been easier to start with a three hander.... I guess the kudos was in the chronograph though. No one would care about an in house 3 hander.
     
  11. Mr_Orange

    Mr_Orange Sep 25, 2020

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    Not necessarily, as they have a long history with chronographs.

    :thumbsup:

    Pretty much.
     
  12. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Sep 25, 2020

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    I dont think that is true at all. A new modern "in house" calibre with say 70h power reserve would create a lot of attention for the brand is my guess!
     
  13. Yago

    Yago Sep 25, 2020

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    Lots of great in house 3-handers these days. In TH's segment it would be hard to beat Tudor.
    The issues of rotor noise and thick case would remain. I tried on the BB GMT the other day. It's a nice watch but a big chunck on your wrist and top heavy. I must admit I enjoy wearing my hand wound khaki field a lot. 80 hours power reserve, very slim and winding it is pure joy. Better integrating the rotor to accomodate a slimmer case could go a long way.
     
  14. El Matarife

    El Matarife Sep 25, 2020

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    What is that Monaco 50th book?
     
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  15. Snowy

    Snowy Sep 25, 2020

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    It’s a sticker.
     
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  16. kappa_md

    kappa_md Sep 25, 2020

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    If you are interested with a SMQ TAG Heuer book sir @El Matarife , I think there are still copies available online or eBay, “Unforgettable Steve McQueen” which was co-produced by TAG Heuer featuring the TAG Heuer Monaco :thumbsup: (It has 2 different hardbound covers, SMQ driving a convertible and the LeMans famous shot)
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    The other rare Monaco books will be “The Paradoxical Superstar” and “Heuer Monaco Design Classic” below ;) HTH :)

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  17. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Sep 27, 2020

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    Love this shot of the new @TagHeuer Carrera Montreal edition by @which_watch_next

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  18. THJunkie

    THJunkie Sep 27, 2020

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    that’s ana amazing shot. Probably the best I’ve seen of that watch! Really shows off the best about it. Great find. Thanks for sharing.
     
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  19. kappa_md

    kappa_md Sep 27, 2020

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    The white dial is really “flat white” for me when I tried one on. The picture above gives the dial a touch of shiny and makes it really nice. Probably depending on the lighting and the quality of the camera. All in all, a great watch. Although I’ve always looked at the ideal Carrera as clean & pure as possible. But I’m truly happy with the Carrera Silver 160 :thumbsup: It is everything that made the Carrera so iconic and timeless in the 1st place ;)
     
  20. Hubert

    Hubert Sep 27, 2020

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    AMAZING SHOT! One of the best I've seen all year. :thumbsup:
     
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