• Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
  • Tag Heuer Alter Ego WP1311 Quartz Stainless Steel Ladies Watch
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Tag Heuer

Alter Ego WP1311

S/N UQ8363

£469.00
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Our Take

The Alter Ego is not the most famous model from Tag Heuer but that does not take away from how special is it. Produced in the early Noughties, it comes in a round stainless steel case with a clean white dial, luminous hands and date at 6 o ‘clock position. The case measures 28mm in diameter and lug to lug 30mm, the strap, marked BA0750, will fit a wrist of approximately 17cm or 6.7”. The crown is uniquely positioned off centre so that it does not press into your wrist, the Tag Heuer logo is evident on the back case. Model number WP1311, Serial Number: UQ8363. It comes with a Sapphire crystal which means its virtually scratch resistant. The watch is in good cosmetic condition, but there is some light surface wear from use. The box and papers are present and the purchase card is dated 2001. Please do not use it near water as it has not been pressure sealed.

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  • BrandTag Heuer
  • ModelAlter Ego
  • GenderLadies
  • Year2001
  • OriginSwitzerland
  • Dimensions28mm X 30mm
  • MovementQuartz
  • GlassSapphire
  • Case MaterialStainless Steel
  • StrapStainless Steel
  • Box/PapersYes
  • Water ResistanceNo

About Tag Heuer

Originally known as Heuer, the company was founded in 1860 in St-Imier, the Tag association didn’t come about until 125 years later. Although some of the achievements have been overlooked, Heuer patented the oscillating pinion in 1887, which is still used by watch manufacturers today. Tag Heuer are best known for their sporting lines, such as the Carrera and Monaco, and it’s no surprise to see that wearers have included the likes of Muhammad Ali, Ayrton Senna, Steve McQueen and Tiger Woods.