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New York, Oct 20, 2010

LOT 6

TAG HEUER LINK CALIBRE S Tag Heuer, Swiss, Link Calibre S, Ref.CJF7111. No.REN0002. Made in 2010. Fine, quartz, water-resistant, stainless steel perpetual calendar wristwatch with square button chronograph, tachymeter scale, dual retrograde scales for recording elapsed 1/10th and 1/100th seconds in chronograph mode, on stainless steel link bracelet with locking deployant buckle. Accompanied by the original fitted box, guarantee and instruction booklet.

C. Three-body, brushed, screw-down case back with engraved setting manual, polished tachometer graduation on the bezel to 400 UPH, integrated bracelet. D. Silvered with applied steel lapidated baton indexes and luminous dots, minute track, raised flange with 5-minute Arabic numerals, dual function bi-retrograde counters for the double-digit date and 1/10 with 1/100 chronograph registers. Steel luminous index hands. M. Quartz Cal. S with time and chronograph mode activated via the crown, chronograph buttons only functional in chronograph mode, in time mode retrograde dials display the date. Diam. 42 mm. Thickness 13 mm. Approx. overall length 190 mm. Donated by Tag Heuer

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Sold: USD 1,600


Grading System
Grade:
Case: 1

As new

Movement: 1

As new

Dial: 1-01

As new

HANDS Original


Notes

Tag Heuer underscored its pre-eminence in the luxury watch industry with the introduction of the Calibre S, a patented, hybrid movement that fuses mechanical watchmaking sophistication with the ultimate in precision. Inspired by car dashboards, the distinctive architecture of the Calibre S eliminates the 2- or 3-counter configuration of traditional chronographs and offers the most logical way to easily read time, elapsed chronograph time and countdown. The Calibre S movement makes it possible to display both time and chronograph functions with the same hands (hour, minute, second). To switch from standard time to chronograph or countdown mode, a wearer has simply to press the crown. This exclusive movement is a technological marvel, requiring 230 components and five high-performance bi-directional engines capable of twice the torque of conventional timepiece engines