1. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph May 2, 2018

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    This is something that has bugged me for some time, and I wondered if anyone can shed any light on it. I own a Formula One quartz watch that looks like this

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    On the backplate it clearly states - WAH1110-0

    But if you Google that code you get two different watches, mine and this one.

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    I can find this being sold in several places (including Joma shop) as a WAH1110.

    Clearly the -0 doesn't account for this difference in dial so what the hell is going on?

    Annoyingly, every time I find this watch being sold as WAH1110 there is never a clear shot of the back plate.

    Is it just that one small error somewhere has resulted in the mistake being perpetuated, it seems unlikely.

    Here are two listings on Chrono 24 one showing each watch with the same code.

    https://www.chrono24.co.uk/tagheuer/wah1110ft6024--id7958532.htm#gref

    https://www.chrono24.co.uk/tagheuer/formula-1-quartz-wah1110--id8018555.htm#gref
     
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  2. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph May 2, 2018

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  3. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member May 6, 2018

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    Yes, you're right: this is one of the only examples I can think of where TAG Heuer has re-used a reference number.

    Both watches are WAH1110 :(
     
  4. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph May 6, 2018

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    What a balls up!