Brand: Tag Heuer
Model: Tag Heuer 1000
Material: Stainless Steel
Dimensions: 38mm Diameter
Crystal: High Dome Diver-Tite Acrylic
Lume: Yes, Factory Original Brushed Lume with Espresso Stain
Movement: ETA 2893-2 (Calibre 7)
Bracelet/Strap: Tag Heuer OEM Jubilee
Lug Width: 18mm
Box/Papers?: Yes, Box and No Papers
- GS Hypo Diver-tite High Dome Acrylic Crystal
- ETA 2893-2 movement adaptation
- Custom "Batman" Hand Set with new luminous
- Stem swap
- Crown Swap
- Thick Case Conversion
This is the second automatic Tag Heuer 1000 GMT this time with a Batman livery. This build is based on a 980.013 dial and features a Heuer thick case, ETA 2893-2 movement, the original bracelet, and a GMT bi-directional bezel. All components of the donor watch are in good condition but do show mild signs of wear as you can see in the photos. The case and bezel have gotten a polish from Justin at T1000D and the hands have also been relumed by Justin. There is one minor paint chip in the GMT hand. The crystal is plastic and has a few scuffs in it as well.
On the timegrapher, the watch read the following statistics over a 30 second period.
- 4 sec/day
0.3ms Beat Error
If you have any more questions, please feel free to send me a message.
Tag Heuer 1000 "Batman" GMT Automatic Calibre 7 With Original Jubilee Bracelet
The Tag Heuer 1000 has become a truly iconic watch in Tag Heuer History. With its massive popularity many of these beautiful time pieces were distributed across the world. Throughout their production run, many variants were produced from automatic 844 Monnin versions, to the beautiful red dial mid-size edition, the 980.913. Until now, there was never a GMT version.
In the 1950's Rolex brought to life a modern tool watch for the now common plane traveler. The watch would allow the traveler to track multiple time zones at once with a simple glance. This watch would become one of Rolex's most iconic models, and companies everywhere wanted to create the same thing.
The Simon Watch Co Tag Heuer 1000 Mod-pack makes the iconic Tag 1000 into a fully functioning automatic GMT watch using a mixture of modern, vintage, and custom made parts. The result is something that is hard to take your eyes off of and really makes you think "Why didn't Tag make this?"