This 1994 Tag Heuer 4000 model and is the right specification for most people – Full size case, automatic movement, with box and papers.


From the stamped original guarantee paperwork supplied with this watch we can accurately date this watch to being sold in October 1994.


The 4000 range has a great write up here by Calibre 11, and bizarrely, the first good watch owned by the author of that piece and the owner of this website was the 4000!

The 4000 has a very good specification – ETA 2824 25 jewel movement (branded Tag Heuer), solid link bracelet as opposed to the fold links on the 1500/2000 series, and sapphire crystal glass.  It was also a proper divers watch, with a 200m rating, screw down crown and unidirectional bezel.  This is as nice an example as you are likely to find, with just desk swirlies on the clasp.  The satin finish is clean, the lume hasn’t gone dark and the split logo on the case and bezel has only lost the smallest amount of paint (a common issue, hence the photo with the 43x microscope to show the loss is minor in this example.)  The box and papers match the watch, showing model number 699.706.  The bracelet is a good size, again with only light desk diving marks, and still has its security clasp and wet suit extension pieces fitted and working well.

Please see the HD video below for more detail.


Width with crown  42.1 mm

Width without crown  41.0 mm

Between lugs  19 mm

Lug to lug length  44.2 mm

Bracelet maximum length  190 mm

Thickness  10.4 mm

All sizes are approximate


£SOLD including 3 months guarantee and free delivery to UK addresses.