TAG Heuer Formula 1 Steel Black PVD Black Dial & Bezel Rubber Strap 44mm CAZ2011.FT8024 - PRE-OWNED

TAG Heuer Formula 1 Steel Black PVD Black Dial & Bezel Rubber Strap 44mm CAZ2011.FT8024 - PRE-OWNED

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TAG Heuer
Model Number
Formula 1


Screw Down
Stainless Steel & PVD/DLC
Case Back
Case Size
44 mm
Case Shape


Dial Type
Date at
3 o’clock
Dial Color
Dial Markers


Band Material


Watch Style
Sports Watch
Country of Manufacture
Water Resistance
200 Meters (660 Feet)


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And of course, that's controlled by the chrono pushers here at the two o'clock position and at the four o'clock position. As the central secondhand is the main is a second hand controlled by the chrono pushers. Whereas if you were actually looking at your actual seconds, you'll be looking at the nine o'clock position or your seconds on the sub dial. Besides that we have the date window at the three o'clock position right next to the TAG Heuer symbol there, the Calibre 16 right underneath that date window and the TAG logo is in reference to the movement that this uses is the Calibre 16 movement. Besides that we have index hour markers from going all around the dowel, only the nine o'clock and three o'clock position ones are slightly cut off due to the, of course, the sub dials and the date window. But besides that, the hour markers and the hour hand with the minute hand are all luminous. And I can actually show you that luminosity. So let me go ahead and charge that luminosity here for a second and shut off my lights. And there we are. A very beautiful green luminosity. So this watch, you're able to read this watch at night as well. You can see it glows very nicely. I'll go ahead and close my hand over this so it gives you just a bit of focus. You can see very simple, very easy to read. It's a nice little feature. All right, turning the lights back on. But besides that, this is a very standard dial of just different placement of the sub dials. Usually you'll see it at the nine, three, and six o'clock position, but for this watch we have it at the 12, nine and six o'clock position. The dial, of course, is a black dial. Unfortunately it does not come in any other color. Moving on to the bezel now. The bezel is just the fixed bezel. As you can see, it can turn in any direction, is a tachymeter scale from the 60 all the way around to the 400 located with indicis throughout. And the tachymeter is in the red text at the six o'clock position. For the bezel itself, it is a steel bezel. It's a steel bezel not a ceramic bezel. A steel bezel with a black PVD on top of the bezel and that matches with the case as well as the case is also a steel case but also coated with a black PVD. And that PVD really helps the sort of red accents of this watch stand out more as that's sort of contrast we're going for here. You can see with the central seconds hand you have the sort of red tipping of that tachymeter scale with the tachymeter in red. Even the crown and the chrono pushers having a slight hinge of red as well. So a nice little contrast thing, a nice little contrasting hint of color throughout the watch to not keep it so plain with just black and white. All right, for the case size itself, it's a 44 millimeter case size. So from an experience of my thumb here, that's 44 millimeters in diameter. The thickness of the watch, won't sit too high off the wrist. It can actually fit under the suit cuffs, dress cuffs very nicely. Showing you the other side now with the crown. The crown itself has a TAG logo on the crown itself there. While the crown is fully in, this watch is water resistance for up to 200 meters. 200 meters, I believe it's 660 feet in total, if I hopefully did that measurement correctly. Unwinding the crown into the standard position will allow you to wind the watch. About 15 to 20 winds is all you need to start this watch from a dead stop. Pulling the crown to the next position will allow you to adjust the date at the date window at the three o'clock position by going clockwise, as you can see very quick and very easy to use. And at the final position, pulling the crown out to the final position will stop the central seconds hand if you are using the chronograph feature. And of course the seconds in the sub dial as well and you will be able to set it at that time, however you like bi-directionally. The stopping of the seconds hand in the sub dial does allow for precise time setting such as to an atomic clock online. You can set it down to the exact seconds. Okay, and then pushing the crown back in will start both of those up once more and always make sure to screw the crown nice and tight against the case. Again, for a 200 meter or 660 feet of water resistance. For chronograph features, pretty simple and pretty universal for most watches. The two o'clock position start and stops. The four o'clock position resets all but the secondary second sub dial. So the 30 minutes sub dial and a 12 hour elapsed time sub dials, those will reset back to the 12 o'clock position along with the central secondhand. And of course, just showing you to start, stop. And then once again, reset, and this can only be reset once the hand has stopped. It cannot reset on the fly. There are some watches out there that can do that. I just want to top of my head I believe the Paneria has a flyback feature where you can reset on the fly. That's why I call it fly back. So you can reset it on the fly. But with most chronograph watches you'll have to stop it and reset it. Okay, moving on to the strap now. The strap is just a simple rubber strap, sort of a nice sort of patterning against the rubber from the beginning portion of the strap. And you can see on the other side as well with the buckle we have the TAG Heuer name on the buckle itself there. Here's the back of the case, a nice checkering on the back with the TAG Heuer logo on there. Just some small markings of automatic, Swiss, I believe this is, Swiss made since 1860. And the water resistance underneath my thumb there. The movement as I mentioned is underneath the date. It's the Calibre 16 movement and the housemate movement by TAG. Specifically, it is a automatic movement, has a choreograph function as I've shown you with two o'clock and four o'clock pusher. And of course, all of sub dials for the chronograph feature. Being the watch being an automatic watch, meaning it is a self winding watch. So just the simple inertia on your wrist will keep this watch going. And if you happen to put it down you do have a power reserve of 42 hours. So you can pick this watch back up or if you set this watch down on a Friday evening, pick it back up on a Sunday afternoon it'll be keeping time just fine. And as mentioned, this just has the functions of the hour, minute, and seconds hand of the sub dials, the elapsed time of the 30 minute sub dial, 12 hour sub dial, changing of the day very quickly, and stopping of both seconds hand when needed with the crown functions as I've shown you. So I'll actually go ahead and show you this watch on my wrist. This is a watch with a buckle. So I do have to take it out on my light box even before I place it on. And there we are. So 44 millimeter watch looks a little bit large on my wrists but it looks absolutely gorgeous. The sort of high polish silvering around each chronograph dial helps the dial sort of pop and look a little bit better against the contrast of the sort of dark of the watch, as you know, the basically the strap is black, the cases in PVD black, the bevels in PVD black. And that's like I said, where the sort of tinges of red come in and add a nice balance overall with the central secondhand having the red tipping, the crown, having a nice little red edging and the tachymeter in the red as well. So if you're interested in this watch or any other watch for the lowest possible price, check out our website JazTime.com. We have the lowest prices guaranteed. And if you like the video, please like, comment, subscribe below. Thanks for watching. Hope to see you guys soon.