Calibre 11 is the home of TAG Heuer and Vintage Heuer collectors.
We explore the story behind every Heuer and TAG Heuer watch- whether it be an Autavia from the 1960s, a Formula 1 from the 1980s or a 2014 Aquaracer, this is the place to come and find out about your watch- the history, the designs, the movements, the highs and…occasionally the lows.
And when it comes to the latest news and reviews of the latest TAG Heuer watches, nowhere else gets you as close to the action, with insight, detailed photography and the inside word that you just won’t get anywhere else.
We’re based in Australia, but of course we cover stories globally. So if you’ve wondered why we often quote prices of new watches in Australian dollars, you now know why.
Love the Carrera? We now have a dedicated Carrera website here- find out everything you need to know: http://carrera.calibre11.com
In November 2014, the Calibre 11 TAG Heuer forums were launched. Check out the boards and join the conversation here.
Any questions? Best to ask them on the Forum for a fast and friendly answer.
The Calibre 11 Story
Calibre 11 is the name of the famous movement that Heuer developed with its partners in the late 1960’s- the first automatic chronograph movement which Heuer called “Chronomatic”. From its introduction in 1969, the Calibre 11- and its successor movements the Calibres 12, 14 and 15- powered the most innovative range of Heuer Chronographs in the company’s proud history.
Modern TAG Heuers draw their inspiration directly from this famous line of watches.
Many of the articles on Calibre 11 are written by David Chalmers- whose Google + bio can be found here
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