2000 Series (Heuer)

The Heuer 2000 was one of the last watches developed under the leadership of Jack Heuer and was launched in 1982. The 2000 continued in the range as a TAG Heuer model and is the basis for today’s Aquaracer series. The Heuer 2000 was predominately a quartz-powered series, although there were mechanical models available, both as a 3-hand watch and as a chronograph.

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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer/ TAG Heuer 2000

While the iconic TAG Heuer models of today are the Monaco and Carrera, things were very different ten years ago when the re-editions were merely a novelty, rather than mainstream models. The 1000 and 2000 Series were the models that came to symbolise TAG Heuer, but while the 1000 was the first TAG Heuer diving watch, it was a relatively… Read More

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