20 Most Recent Tag Heuer 2000 Classic WK1113.BA0311 Wrist Watch Questions & Answers


You need to pound out the adjustment link pins(s) . They are located at the ends of the band. If the watch is not too lold you can pound them out with a cut off piece of a paper clip. If it's too long it will bend when you hammer it so you will go through several of them before you finally get it out. If the band is old and the pin is stubborn you will need a very thin drift pin (tool) to push it through. Pound it through and the pin in the band will go out in front of it.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


You will find them on ebay. A few of them are not authentic, especially the ones from asia so be sure to ask that question. Used ones are 300.00 - 500.00. Used ones approx. 150.00 for one in decent shape. The WK1113 has polished center row of links so make sure you get the right one.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


Most likely you will find them on ebay.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


Depends upon its condidion. List price that you can get on the internet ranges from 780.00 to 950.00 for a new watch. Used ones in good condition are in the 400.00 - 500.00 range. Scratches, age, or case damage will detract from that. The older ones have luminescent infill on the no. 12 character. Newer ones have a square around the date window and the no. 12 character is chrome. Older model numbers for a 2000 are stamped in the back of the case. Newer ones are etched. A "...-1" at the end of the model number is a later model. A "...-0" is a little older and no dash "-" as in WK1111 is a little older yet. Some old models exhibit common characteristic of degredation of the luminescent glow-after-dark material that is applied to the number digits and the hands. Color will look to be a mottled grey and its not uniform and it isn't as bright.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


You can usually find them on ebay.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


Yes. Its always under the Model Number. Some model numbers were etched, instead of stamped or engaved, on the case and over time may be worn off but on a newer watch it should be visible.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


You can usually find them on ebay. That's a "Kirium " model. I think it's the one with the grey face.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Sep 30, 2010


Hi,

Sounds like your watch is in need of service. All watches need to be maintained and regular service is required. A watch is a tiny machine. So if you think about it a car needs regular maintenance to keep it running and so will any machine.

In a watch the oils dry out after about 3-5 years and they stop lubricating. Just like in a car when the oils stop lubricating the engine will stop, a watch will stop.

The reasons for this are 1) no lubrication means high friction on the moving parts. 2) the dried oils become gummy like glue and hold the gear train in place which keep the gears from moving.

The only answer is to have your watch serviced to get rid of the old lubrication, clean and replace any worn parts, then reassemble and lubricate, and finally adjust the timing.

This is something only a watchmaker should do as the parts in your watch are very small and very fragile. Improper handling can permanently damage the parts.

Hope this helps,

Ken
Yellowstone Watch, Inc.
www.yellowstonewatch.com

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on May 24, 2010


tag links can be a little more tricky. take the pin out by the buckle, on the pin is out the links come apart and are held to gether by a screw. any question just email

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Oct 10, 2009


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Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Jan 16, 2009


This is very strange situation, as usually this occurs in quartz watches with integrated EOL (End Of Life) only and that is a signal for time to change battery.
In your case I can see the only reason- seconds hand somehow became loose and you need to refit it.
Find your nearest watchmaker and ask to do the job. It's not a big deal, but requires professional skill.

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Jan 05, 2009


The crown is probably a screw down style. The screw down stem is designed to keep the water out and should be screwed shut when not adjusting the watch. Look at the watch stem from the side, look from the 3 oclock to the 9 oclock, you should see the end of the stem. Now turn the stem counterclockwise. After a number of turns, the stem should pop out a bit, it is now ready to set. Most waterproof automatic day/date watches have 4 positions for the stem:

1: screwed down (locked)
2: unscrewed position A
3: unscrewed position B (stem pulled out to first "click")
4: unscrewed position C (stem pulled out all the way.)

Position A:
This is usually used to wind the watch, although some automatic watches cannot be wound by the stem.

Position B:
Used to set day/date. Turning the stem one direction will advance the day and turning it the other direction will advance the date.

Position C:
Used to set the time. Some watches will "hack," a term used to describe the ability to stop the second hand for accuracy purposes.

Be sure the watch is at least a little bit wound before starting theis procedure or it will not run when you get it set!


Unscrew the stem and pull it all the way out to position C. Now turn the stem to advance the time clockwise. Continue turning until the day/date advances, now you know you are in the AM 12 hrs of the day. It is important not to advance the day/date with the stem during the 3 hours before and the 3 hours after midnight, so go ahead and move the time to 8 am.

Now push the stem in sligthly until you are in position B. Sometimes it is easier to go to position A, the out to position B. Once in position B, advance the day/date until it is set for the current day/date.

Pull the stem out to position C. Adjust the time to one minute past the current time. Watch your reference timepiece until it matches your watch and push the stem in when they match.

Your watch is now set! Screw the crown down and wear it in good health.


Hacking. If you stop the second hand at 0 seconds, and wait for your reference timepiece to reach 0 seconds also, you can set the watch to within a second accuracy.

Movement slop. If you advance the time past the time you wish to set your watch and then "backup" to your chosen time, you will remove the slop from the geartrain and make your watch set more accuretly

Tag Heuer 2000... | Answered on Jul 19, 2008

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