As you may know, Tag Heuer was once known as ‘Heuer’ for well over 100 years actually, that was until 1985 when the TAG group purchased a majority stake in the company. This particular watch was one of the last Heuer watches dating back to the early 80s. The classic case in steel with PVD coating makes this watch super rare, it measures 34mm in diameter and lug to lug 40mm, unfortunately, the coating is pretty worn, but it really adds to the character of the watch. The plain black dial, luminous hands/markers and date at 3 o ‘clock position are under a mineral crystal which untouched, the gold bezel rotates with the well known ‘click’. The crown is gold with the logo and presses in, the Tag Heuer logo is evident on the back case as well as the original sticker intact and the model number 936.013. The Heuer ETA quartz movement runs strong and keeps time perfectly. The stainless steel strap is also PVD coated but again very worn, it will fit a wrist of approximately 16.5cm or 6.5”. Overall, a well-aged watch with a lot of character! The box and papers are no longer present but it will come with a gift box. Please do not use it near water as it has not been pressure sealed.