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24 Calibre 36 Automatic Chronograph 40.5 mm

Ref: CAL5111.FC6299
$13,500.00
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24 Calibre 36
Automatic Chronograph
40.5 mm

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  • Functions

    Advanced Dynamic Absorber system

    Annular oscillating mass

    Beveled sapphire crystal glass

    C.O.S.C chronometer
    for ultimate precision certified by the Swiss Office of Chronometry
    Each model that is officially certified as a chronometer is given a booklet and a C.O.S.C. card by TAG Heuer. The individual number printed on the card corresponds to the number engraved on the movement certified by the Official Swiss Chronometer Control. Each of these movements is a unique object that has been produced with the greatest possible care and is an authentic masterpiece of watchmaking. The C.O.S.C. Chronometer Certificate: a sign of very high precision and quality.

    Date window at 6 o'clock

    Double anti-reflective treatment
    for better readability
    All our watches are fitted with sapphire crystal. This is cut from a polished slice of solid sapphire that has been created by the fusion and crystallization of alumina. Sapphire is so hard that only a diamond can scratch it.

    Faceted polished Rhodium plated minute and hour hands, with luminescent markers

    Luminescent markers on the minuterie

    Polished stainless steel push buttons

    Polished steel crown at 3

    Sapphire case back and 'MONACO Twenty Four' inscription

    Two semi sub-counters at 3 and 9 o’clock indicating respectively the chronograph minute and the small second

    Unique two-part see-through dial

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  • Movement

    Calibre 36

    Automatic calibre. Diameter: 30 mm (13''') —31 rubies.
    Rapid date correction.

    Movement performance
    Balance frequency: 36.000 vibrations per hour (5 Hz).
    Power reserve: about 50 hours.

    Movement display
    Hours — minutes — small seconds at 9. 2 or 3 chronograph counters.

    Movement decoration
    Openworked oscillating mass: "Côtes de Genève" engraved "TAG Heuer — Calibre 36 — 31 Jewels Swiss Made".

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  • Materials & Care

    Case
    Fine-brushed/polished steel

    Strap
    'Soft touch' blue alligator strap with blue stitching

    Cleaning

    To maintain the esthetic appeal of your watch and keep it in good working order, you should clean it regularly as follows:

    • First make sure the crown is fully screwed down.
    • If the seals in your TAG Heuer watch have been changed and tested at an authorised TAG Heuer service centre within the last 12 months, then you can use a soft brush with slightly soapy water to clean the case and bracelet, then rinse it with clear water and dry it with a soft cloth. If your watch is fitted with a strap made from fabric, leather, alligator or python skin, take care not to get it wet
    • If you have any doubts about the water-resistance of your watch, simply clean it with a soft brush then dry it.
    • Avoid contact with chemical products (solvents, detergents, cosmetics, etc.) They may damage the bracelet and the water-resistance gaskets.

    Condensation

    If the temperature changes suddenly, a slight amount condensation may appear under the crystal of your watch. This mist will disappear by itself and will not affect the functioning of the watch. If the condensation persists, please see your official
    TAG Heuer dealer.

    Water resistance

    Water resistance is not a permanent condition.  The rubber seals that are designed to ensure against water entry, are under constant pressure and given time will deteriorate. For this important reason we recommend that a watch should be checked annually to ensure that the seals remain intact. This thorough and extensive testing includes pressure tests and bench tests and is considered an essential element in the care and maintenance of our watches.

    Setup

    For all movements

    • Make sure that your watch is perfectly dry.
    • Move the crown carefully to make the various changes that are possible.
    • Avoid changing the date between 8:00 pm and 4.00 am.
    • Once the changes are made, push the crown back in and (depending on the model) screw it down against the case to preserve its water-resistance.

    For mechanical movements

    • When a mechanical self-winding watch is not worn for a certain amount of time, its power reserve (42 – 48 hours depending on the model) is exhausted and the watch stops. To restart it, unscrew the crown if necessary (depending on the model) and wind the movement manually by turning the crown 30- 40 times. This will give it a sufficient power reserve to function normally.
    • A non-automatic mechanical watch has to be wound every day, winding is complete when you feel the crown resist. Your TAG Heuer is then wound to the maximum. It is important not to force the crown of a hand-wound watch to avoid damaging the mechanism.

    Bracelets/Leather straps

    Straps in fabric, leather and alligator or python skin

    • Avoid all contact with water (baths, showers etc). Despite your care and attention, leather is a natural, living material and its color will fade a little over time.
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  • Quality

    Quality

    The high level of TAG Heuer quality is founded on the rigourous choice and continuous monitoring of all its suppliers and their products. Throughout the manufacturing process, each component is subjected to numerous tests and controls designed to verify how carefully it has been made.

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  • Authenticity

    Purchasing your watch direct from TAG Heuer is your guarentee of authenticity. Each watch has an individual, traceable serial number.

    We've partnered with trusted.com to optionally provide you with an eTitle for your time piece. Provided at no cost is your personal proof of authenticity and ownership

    To learn more about TAG Heuer and trusted.com's partnership, see our authenticity page.

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