TAG Heuer Repair
Service Recommendations for Tag Heure Watches
It is recommended to give your TAG Heuer watch a full service every three to six years, depending on use and condition. Just like a fine automobile, every machine that contains a moving mechanism needs to be serviced after some time. Of course, the exact time between services depends on the model of your TAG Heuer, the climate in which it was worn and the way the owner used the watch.
Our Expertise with TAG Heuer Watches
Every watch sent to us is closely examined by a master watchmaker, who carries out a series of tests in order to prepare a detailed cost estimate before any work is completed. This is done at no cost to the customer.
Your TAG Heuer will receive special attention while it is in our care, and we use all genuine TAG Heuer materials and components when required for replacement.
After accepting the cost estimate, our master watchmakers begin immediately carrying out all the necessary procedures to service or repair your watch, including the replacement of all worn or defective components.
Services We Provide for TAG Heuer Watches
- Complete Service \ OH
- Replace any faulty watch parts
- Check that the watch parts function correctly, and check for rust or wear
- Assemble and lubricate the movement in accordance with the instructions
- Movement functioning check
- Calibration of the mechanism
- Demagnetize the movement, if needed
- Crystal replacement
- Hand replacement
- Gasket replacement
- Stem and crown replacement
- Dial replacement or refinishing
- Ultrasound cleaning of the case and bracelet
- Watchband & Strap replacements
- Pressure test to factory specifications
TAG Heuer Models We Repair
- Formula 1
- Golf Watch
- Grand Carrera
The Swiss luxury watch company, TAG Heuer, was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer at Saint-Imier, Switzerland. Since then, TAG Heuer has been responsible for many major milestones in the field of Swiss watch making, including the oscillating pinion (1887), the first stopwatch accurate to 1/100th of a second (1916) and the first self-winding mechanical chronograph movement (1969).
TAG Heuer’s patented oscillating pinion is a technology still used today by major watch makers in their mechanical chronographs. And in 1911, Heuer received a patent for his “Time of Trip,” the first dashboard chronograph intended for use in automobiles and aircraft that would record the “duration of trip” with start/stop/reset buttons operable by the driver or pilot. TAG Heuer still pushes the boundaries of watch-making and timekeeping with “avant-garde” designs and materials.
What Makes TAG Heuer Unique
Since the early 20th century, TAG Heuer has been creating some of the most advanced and accurate sports watches and timepieces ever available. With this reputation built from the demanding world of sports and competition, TAG Heuer’s collections also include fashionable formal wear so a wearer can have a TAG Heuer for every occasion or any personality.