Same here. A 47mm flieger with the big pilot style crown. Currently wearing a 36mm watch and it's perfectly comfortable, if a little small on my wrist.
I got the same offer mate, unfortunately I had to keep chasing them. I picked another from the website which they said on the phone was in stock. About a week later phoned to see what was happening and was told they only had 1 and had 3 orders! They then said they were ordering me another one, and it would have to go through quality control. When I phoned them again was told the watch had failed this and they would try and source me yet another?!?! I gave up at that point, bloody disappointing though...
If you really want a tag the few super reps are actually a better build quality, better parts and also you can easily just buy and fit a better movement Stay well away from Tag as a brand unless it is vintage. They are poorly made with cheap flimsy parts and low budget movements that you will find in sub <100 watches
You still get the Tag box it’s supposed to come in, I guess this could house another watch from your collection or something along those lines, maybe a watch without a box. Just a freebie they’re giving away, some can be fairly expensive but I’ve no idea on the quality of this one.
I agree. I've had my one for 15 years with no issues.
It needs a black bezel. Stainless steel bezels on stainless steel cases look a bit meh.
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No and it’s been my daily watch since I got it last year. I do take it off in the office as it annoys me when working on the computer but it’s on the rest of the time
That’s pretty much what I’ve done. I’m just keeping it slightly looser than I’m used to compared to other watches. I don’t really want to buy a replacement bracelet. I had exactly the same issue with my Tag F1, but Seiko’s fit perfectly.
It's not an option unfortunately. I removed more links on the 6 clock side to counter my wrist shape. Only other bracelet option is getting a strapcode one with loads of micro adjustment but not as good quality as original.
Nope I didn't get a chance to try mine in the store. Took a chance and ordered purely online.
Bracelet too. I’m having the same trouble with sizing. I could probably do with half a link to get it right. I didn’t realise that was an option though?
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But the one in my Grand Seiko is inaudible
The rotor in my Sinn makes a racket! Pretty well always has.
by the way... it wont be a battery, the movement itll be an automatic movement (a chinese valjoux replica). A lot of PAMs have manual movements, but this one will be automatic, so if you shake it around you should hear the rotor spin around. Sometimes you can also tell a fake for how loud the rotor is. edit: if its battery, its definately fake :-D :-D :-D
Fascinating info here! If the copy is that good i may fire up the battery and get the strap Sorted. I am intrigued by the depth of the case engraving too hence why I was 50/50. The story about the Hannover jeweller is unbelievable. Which store was it I might take this over to Germany. (lol)
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