- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Jan 5, 2014 - Uploaded by Swiss Made
Also check out my other videos on how to check for fake. ... How to spot the differences between a real and a ...
Jun 4, 2011 - 10 posts
The only problem, TAG Heuer dont have many COSC Watches. ... A real logo is crisp, and sharp, not botchy, or fuzzy, some fakes will actually have a .... i have seen gen boxes that look like my rep, they were just a little older)
Nov 2, 2010 - As a result, a slew of fake Tag Heuer watches are becoming more available. ... Any real Tag Heuer, no matter what the model, will have the company logo on the crown ... My Week As Hemingway, or Oh Yes, There Will Be Gin.
It is located on the right side of the Tag Heuer logo on the back of the watch. It is not as deeply engraved as the rest of the markings on the back, but rather is very lightly 'tapped' into the metal.
Take it to a store that sells them, they will be happy to determine if it is a fake. Take the opportunity to see, feel and appreciate what a real one feels like and you will probably be able to tell in future if it is fake or not. Beware, there are some good 'fakes' out there. And remember, Only fake people wear fake watches.
If it's automatic and 4 years old, it's probably time for a watch overhaul. Auotmatic watches need overhauled about once every 4-5 years. It's normal for it to lose time, but 4 minutes per month may be a little extreme. So, get the watch overhauled. I would recommend Tag Heuer to overhaul it.
You are actually supposed to be using a special case opener for this type of watch, however, if you want to open it, always remember, righty tighty, lefty loosy!
I am pretty sure those watches are water proof up to 3 ATM, so once you open that watch, just know, if you don't get the back put on tight, it's going to leak.
Good luck, i know you can do it. Oh, and if you have ever had the watch in for service before, there are ALYWAYS **** watchmakers who like to over tighten the watch cases. My husband is a watchmaker, and we have seen this hundreds of times. :)
The time setting screw is more accurately called the crown which is, in your case, a 'screw down crown'. This is done for water resistance. You must first unscrew the crown before you can pull it out. When you are finished setting the watch you must screw it back in. It may require that you press in on the crown and turn it at the same time to get the threads to catch. No need to overtighten it.