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TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph £1,150.00 - 48 months 0% APR finance available equalling £21.56 a month with a 10% deposit of £115 @ AMJwatches.

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Pretty self explanatory, a TAG for £21.56 a month, cheaper than a phone contract. AMJwatches are extremely well known and highly respected.
MrScotchBonnet Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago62 Comments
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Anyone who needs finance for a watch, can't afford that watch.
...and is an idiot.
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hamish66
I have owned the "Kimi" Tag since 2003, still keeps perfect time, and in 13 years only required 1 battery change costing £50 which included a service and the metal strap polishing taking out the scuffs, so running costs less than £3 a year. Yes they are a luxury watch and not everyone can justify spending so much on a watch but each to their own.

I can't see how

Tag Servicing Price List

The service for my TAG was £215 as per their list and Ernest Jones in-house servicing was the exact same price.


I have owned the "Kimi" Tag since 2003, still keeps perfect time, and in 13 years only required 1 battery change costing £50 which included a service and the metal strap polishing taking out the scuffs, so running costs less than £3 a year. Yes they are a luxury watch and not everyone can justify spending so much on a watch but each to their own. The service was through a Ebay, fully approved Tag services (or so they claim) but this was 6 years ago and the battery is still going strong.
huangxq2
peter1969uk
huangxq2
I had an IWC Portuguese 7-days, mechanical watch, automatic movement.
It costed about £9k.
But for the two years I had it, it broke once every year. And the 2nd time it broke, the repair was not cover and costed £1,400, and took 3 months to repair.
The leather strap need to be replaced just after one more which cost £250.
I had enough of it and got rid of it.
Now I have had a Quartz watch for 2-3 years, never have any problem, and it time is always correct. Whereas the IWC movement was not procise in comparison.
For me, never an expensive watch again, never a mechanical watch again. Although they are very nice to look at.
Its luck of the draw, with anything. The next person to buy the same model will have years, with no issues.
Most of my watches, besides the citizens and Tissots and Casio's, are auto. The only one two I've had issues with are the Breitlings. Which have not been the best for time keeping, though it is way past their service time.





I agree with you to some extent.

But it costed me over £5k to have it for 2 years.

Once is enough, never again.
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I guess I would have the same feeling, towards a brand, if I had a troublesome watch.
Everyone I've ever known who had a TAG watch has had to send it back within the first year for repair. A colleague got one from his wife for a wedding present and the minute hand fell off within a week. One I owned years ago just kept stopping even with a new battery in (and that seems fairly standard for these.) TAG wanted some silly amount of money for a service and wouldn't even guarantee that it would fix the problem - binned it.
look for jesus islam in Turkey. great time piece shop and ships internationally.
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