2000 Series (TAG Heuer)

The TAG Heuer 2000 carried over its design from the Heuer days and proved to be the mainstay of the collection. Following the new naming policy of LVMH, who decided to move away from the numbered series nomenclature, the new 2004 models were renamed as the 2000 Aquaracer, before the series became the “Aquaracer” from 2005 onwards.

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