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  1. Jemagloh

    Jemagloh Nov 21, 2022

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    Wow, that does look great. Still don’t understand why the dial is described as beige. ::confused2::
     
  2. Yago

    Yago Nov 21, 2022

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    With this one at least you can see the tachy tension ring :coffee:
     
  3. 99LinkEd

    99LinkEd Dec 2, 2022

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    Sharing what I believe to be a limited edition, late 90's S/EL, model WG1117-K0. I've seen several that are numbered (xxxx of 1500), as this one is. I also believe I've seen some with the same model number but an actual serial number, like other S/EL's. None of the numbered units have a second serial number. So, not sure if it started as a limited edition but then was converted into a production model or something else. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable can shed some light here. I've seen several available in Japan and this one is from Japan, maybe a Japan-only release?

    Indoors the dial looks almost matte black, outdoors the dial pops!

    Uniques for the WG117 as compared to the WG111A, which is the other blue dial quartz S/EL:
    -> navy blue dial (vs. medium blue)
    -> cream colored hour markers, date outline, and text (vs. white)
    -> black chrome indices (vs. chrome)
    -> monochrome white Tag Heuer insignia (vs. multicolor green/red/white)
    -> no chrome inner ring (vs. chrome inner ring)
    -> serially numbered "No XXXX/1500" (vs. traditional serial number)

    Front, back, and on the wrist shots attached!

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    WG1117 1450 2.jpg

    WG1117 1450 3.jpg
     
    Edited Dec 4, 2022
  4. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 4, 2022

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    Mexico Limited Editions
     
  5. YG_Rulz

    YG_Rulz Dec 4, 2022

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  6. PhillipDB

    PhillipDB Jan 26, 2023 10:43pm

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    Not sure if it has been posted before, and I don't think it's an official TAG release, but more of a jeweller special.
    Just got posted in a New Zealand watch Facebook ground. Aquaracer with the NZ SAS symbol.
     
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  7. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Jan 27, 2023 1:48am

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    It has its own part number so I would say it is official. Nice to see photos of one in the wild. I didn't realise it was the NZ SAS I just assumed it was the UK SAS.
     
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  8. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Jan 27, 2023 5:48pm

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