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Tag Heuer Aquaracer Professional 300 Ref. WBP201B

$2,100

Pre-Owned Tag Heuer 43mm Aquaracer Professional 300, Blue Dial, Stainless Steel Bracelet, Ref. WBP201B

A true diving watch, built to endure any condition. Tag Heuer’s Aquaracer Professional features a robust 43mm stainless steel case with a unidirectional ceramic bezel for measuring elapsed dive time. The dial is a brushed blue sunray with a date reference at the 6 hour and luminated hour index and hands. Powered by Tag Heuer’s self winding Caliber 5 movement with 38 hours of power reserve, offering both reliability and durability. Attached is a comfortable stainless steel bracelet offering a sleek and rugged look. This watch is water resistance up to 300m, more than enough to make the perfect companion on any adventure under the waves.

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Additional information

Band Material

Stainless Steel

Bezel

Rotating, Uni-Directional, Ceramic

Box and Papers

Box and Papers

Band Type

Bracelet

Brand

Tag Heuer

Caliber

TAG Heuer Calibre 5

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size

43mm

Caseback

Solid

Complication

Date

Crown

Screw Down

Crystal Material

Sapphire

Dial Color

Blue

Movement

Automatic

Size

43mm +

Warranty

1-Year Watchworks Guarantee

Item ID0005344
Model #WBP201B
Model NameAquaracer Professional 300
Serial NumberWHXXXXX

Description

TAG Heuer watches can be seen on the wrists of many celebrities who are attracted to the brand’s iconic watches of the fifties, sixties and seventies.  TAG Heuer was formed in 1985, when the Techniques d’Avant Garde group purchased a controlling interest in Heuer watchmakers.  Often referred to simply as “Heuer” when discussing vintage timepieces, the company was formed in 1860 by Edouard Heuer.  From its roots, Heuer has been affiliated with the chronograph watch and automobile racing.  For some watchmakers, the chronograph was either ignored or offered as one model among many, whereas for Heuer, the chronograph took a primary position.  Heuer produced his first chronograph in 1882, then five years later patented an oscillating pin, which simplified the workings of the time keeping with the stopwatch functions of the watch; it is still in use today by many watchmakers.  Heuer went on to develop the first stopwatch accurate to 1/100 of a second and split-second timers that allowed a person to time multiple events.  In 1933, Heuer introduced chronographs for the dashboards of automobiles and airplanes, dubbed the Autavia for a combination of “AUto” and “AVIAtion”.  There were one pusher chronographs, two pusher chronographs, two and three sub-register chronographs, and three-register chronographs with day, date and month.

In the 1950s, Heuer produced watches to be sold by Abercrombie and Fitch.  When Jack Heuer was recounting how he had developed the iconic Carrera chronograph, he said the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch had started giving the new models names, which Jack Heuer decided he would continue with the Carrera.  In addition to innovative design, Heuer chronographs tended to use movements that have since earned a reputation amongst collectors as some of finest ever produced, including the Valjoux 72 and the Lemania 5100.  These movements together with the clean, beautiful design, make Heuer chronographs some of the most sought- after watches.  Today, TAG Heuer celebrates this history with vintage inspired models that reference the earlier models, as well as new models such as the Monaco V4 that evoke a racing engine, and also a new model luxury digital watch.  TAG Heuer watches will likely continue to be seen on many wrists to come.