3000 Series (TAG Heuer)

The Heuer 3000 was a short-lived series, introduced in 1984 and discontinued in 1990, when it was replaced by the 4000 Series. The 3000 continued the brand’s “6 Features” approach and shared much in common with the 1000, 1500 and 2000 series.

The 3000 series was offered with both quartz and automatic movements, and with both chronograph and 3-hand watch functionality.

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Ultimate Guide to the TAG Heuer 3000

Not surprisingly, the last Heuer catalogue released in 1984 is a mix between the classic Heuer models appearing for the last time and the new generation models that would form the backbone of the TAG Heuer range through the 1980s. Alongside the Chronomatic-powered watches (such as the Autavia, Skipper, Monza and Calculator) and Lemania 5100 watches (Carrera, Cortina and Silverstone)… Read More

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