TAG Heuer Calibre 6 Complete Guide
Tag Heuer is a company that uses both in-house and externally sourced movements. Mostly, Tag Heuer takes external movements and then modifies it. The Tag Heuer calibre 6 is one such movement.
The Calibre 6 has two versions. One is based on an ETA movement and the other is based on a Sellita movement.
The calibre 6 is an automatic and Swiss made caliber, elating at the standard rate of 28800 VPH. The ETA version is 26.2mm in diameter and uses 27 jewels, whereas the Sellita version is 26mm and uses 31 jewels. In terms of functions, it has rapid date correction, displays hours, minutes, and small seconds. The date is placed at 6 0’clock.
It has a powered reserve of 38 to 44 hours depending on the variation.
The Calibre 6 is decorated with Côtes de Genève and engraved “TAG Heuer — Calibre 6 — Swiss Made”.
Tag Heuer calibre 6 specifications
- Base: ETA 2895-2 or Sellita SW260-1.
- Frequency: 28800 VPH (4HZ)
- Diameter: 26.2mm (ETA version) and 26mm (Sellita version)
- Jewels: 27 jewels and 31 jewels
- Power reserve: 38 and 44 hours.
- Functions: Self-winding movement displaying hours, minutes, small seconds and date.