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TAG Heuer Men's CAH1110.BA0850 Formula 1 Chronograph Watch


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  • TAG Heuer Swiss quartz movement
  • Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal; Luminescent hands and markers; Scratch-resistant titanium carbide coated unidirectional bezel
  • Solid 41-mm brushed stainless-steel case with checker flag decorated caseback; Three rows of fine-brushed stainless-steel bracelet with diving extension
  • Chronograph functions with 30-minute, 60-second, and 1/10th of a second subdials; Date function between 3 and 4 o'clock
  • Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name TAG Heuer
Model number CAH1110.BA0850
Part Number CAH1110.BA0850
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Scratch resistant sapphire
Display Type Analog
Clasp Fold-Over Clasp with Safety
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 41 millimeters
Case Thickness 12.5 millimeters
Band Material Stainless steel
Band length mens
Band width 20 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Black
Bezel material titanium-carbide
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Date
Special features Water Resistant
Item weight 1 Pounds
Movement Swiss quartz
Water resistant depth 660 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

Product Description

This Formula 1 Chronograph Watch from TAG Heuer might just withstand a collision on the racetrack. Ideal for any athlete, this watch's masculine stainless-steel band joins to a sturdy 41-millimeter-in-diameter stainless-steel case topped by a sporty titanium carbide coated unidirectional bezel printed with large, silver-tone Arabic numerals in increments of five. Its impressive scratch-resistant sapphire-coated dial window reveals a black dial with silver-tone hour indicators and luminescent silver-tone hands. Three subdials and a discreet date window at the four o'clock add to the appeal. This watch also offers a triple-link stainless steel bracelet, precise Swiss quartz movement, and water resistance to 200 meters (660 feet)--which will stand up to the rigors of recreational scuba diving.

  • ASIN: B0019FP47E
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.8 x 4.5 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: CAH1110.BA0850
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Customer Reviews

Great watch that is very accurate.
Ben M
I've purchase my watch in a TAG Heuer official store and atention, service and personnel are also 5 stars.
A Mohu
Gone is the highly visible parts that make such a great contrast like on this watch.
insoc

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bubbles-Desmo on March 17, 2010
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I just purchased this watch through amazon.com. It was either this or the formula one alarm version at costco. The alarm feature on the other version isn't very useful so I decided against it. Packaging was nice, came in the tag box and case with manual. I like the look of chronograph watches and the additional feature to stopwatch anything is something i wanted to time rides, drives, runs etc...

Style is up to taste, but I find this a simple casual style watch you can wear with a t-shirt or be formal with a suit.

The two buttons on it are pretty easy to use, one to start/split and the other to stop/reset.

The watch has two main features, one is to tell time, and the other is the chronograph.

For telling time, the big red "second" hand doesn't move and hovers over the 12 o'clock mark. The dial on bottom serves as the second hand and moves continuously.

In Chronograph mode, the top right dial only moves after you stop the stopwatch or to do a split time. It will move to show the time in 1/10. The large red second hand will start to move once you are in chronograph mode and the left dial will move for minutes. I'm not sure, but I assume if you do something for over 30 minutes, then the dial will continually move and reset at 1minute.

Overall - I'm very happy with it. I believe Amazon has the lowest price on the web and they give a 2 year warranty which equals TAGs. Costco has a similar warranty deal as well. The prices are better than ebay, and those guys don't even offer a warranty period. The only thing stopping me from giving it 5 stars is it's reliability and service life. For something you pay $750+ for, you expect it to last nearly a lifetime, This will remain to be seen.

I've also noticed when I purchased, the price fluctuates between 729-749 day to day. So if you're patient, just keep on checking to save that extra $20.00
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47 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Rohi on July 23, 2010
Bought watch at Longs Jewelers in Burlington MA. The stem (the part you wind up) has popped out three times. The first time, they fixed it under warranty. The second time, it was no longer under warranty, so Tag charged me $275. The watch came back and a week later the stem was gone again. I stuffed it in a drawer for a few months (angry) and when I finally got around to going back to the jeweler, Tag said me it would be another $275 as the warranty had expired. Shame on me for not bringing it back quicker but frankly I am sick of these guys. The jeweler (Long's Jeweler in Burlington Mass, useless and unhelpful) said warranty decisions from Tag are final.

I only wore this watch to work (desk job) a few times. It was in no way used "incorrectly" nor abused nor hit on anything nor even worn during any type of strenuous activity. The third time the stem came out, I had never even would or unwound it. Maybe I just got a lemon.

But my first Tag also had problems. It's a now discontinued model with a problem where the watch would fall off because the metal band was designed in such a way that the pins would come loose. I still have it, works fine, just sometimes the band splits open and it falls off your wrist. So I can't really use it.

If Tag would fix the problem I would be satisfied. But to charge me $275 twice for the same problem is just wrong. Never buying a Tag again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By insoc on April 23, 2013
TagHeuer tend to change their F1 watches on a 3-4 year basics. At least mayor changes. I just bought this watch from one of the TagHeuer outlet store that sell last generation (not the current one) and reduced prices. Before buying this watch I took a look at the "new" generation and I think TagHeuer just messed with the formula. The newest generation is less sportier, more "refined" if you will and in doing so they have lost the F1 identity. This is the first time when I look at a F1 watch that I can say that it is a BORING watch.
Gone is the highly visible parts that make such a great contrast like on this watch. Gone is also the TAGHEUR brand name on the side of the bezel.
Fortunately I was able to buy this watch because on most store it is gone. This generation of F1 watches is gone for good and many years will have to pass to have another F1 like we are use to.
TAGHEUER should stop trying to make the F1 a more "formal" watch and stick with the good formula. In the mean time buy this last generation watch as soon as you can. I love mine and have received many compliments.
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Edward M. Lee on July 4, 2011
Like the other reviewer, I had the crown, pop-off after the year warranty. I was running and didn't notice that it fell off. It was screwed before I lost it.

I went to Tourneau and they said it'd cost $300 just to stick that nub on. On a $800+ Tag-Heuer, a watch that is supposed to last, I find it a ridiculous price.

I didn't get around to paying up twice like the other customer on this did. I just thought $300 was a ridiculous price for that type of repair, and after breaking in such a short time. At the time I was afraid that as per the other customer, I'd have to pay almost the same price as the entire watch to fix that little crown, and it could still keep breaking?

If I'm paying for a Tag-Heuer, I expect this to last at least 2 years without a hitch, or fix the problem for $100 tops. I'm never going to buy a Tag. I'd rather get something that lasts.
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