How Much is Your TAG Heuer Watch Worth?

The worth of a TAG Heuer watch is determined by many factors, including the brands prestige. TAG Heuer stands for Techniques d’Avant Garde, which refers to the brands innovative and unique watch designs. TAG Group and Heuer combined in 1985 to create the TAG Heuer that we know today.

TAG Heuer watches are one of the most affordable brands in the luxury watch market. It is often associated with racing as Heuer has been creating timers for racecar dashboards for several decades and TAG Heuer is often associated with Formula 1 racing and many of its drivers. TAG Heuer watches are recognized for their chronograph functions because they are meant to be used to measure time elapsed during each lap of a race. TAG Heuer watches are very sporty and durable and range in prices. Whether you have a low budget or if money isn’t a concern, there is most likely a TAG Heuer for you.

If you have a TAG Heuer watch or you are interested in purchasing one, you may be asking “How much is my TAG Heuer worth?” Here, we take a look at the prices of each of the brand new TAG Heuer watch models.

TAG Heuer Formula 1

The TAG Heuer Formula 1 line of watches is the most affordable of the TAG Heuer watches. This line is inspired by the McLaren Formula 1 team and is worn by many champion drivers. The TAG Heuer Formula 1 Grande Date 42mm ref. WAU1113.BA0858 is the most affordable of the TAG Heuer Formula 1 watches, with a brand new watch listed at a price of $1,450. It has a date wind and small seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. It also has a tachymeter scale that helps the wearer measure time elapsed. This watch also has a quartz movement that has a service life of at least 2 years.

TAG Heuer Formula 1

The TAG Heuer Formula 1 Calibre 16 ref. CAU2011.BA0873 is the most expensive of the Formula 1 models. It has three chronograph counters and a tachymeter scale on the bezel and also has a power reserve of 42 hours. Its bracelet is steel and brushed black ceramic. This watch has a brand new listing price of $3,200.

TAG Heuer Formula 1 $1,450 – $3,200

TAG Heuer Aquaracer

The TAG Heuer Aquaracer is the brand’s version of a dive watch. While TAG Heuer is known for its connection to racing, this line of watches shows that the brand in versatile and can be a part of any market. The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Grande Date Chronograph CAN1011.BA0821 has a diameter of 43mm and an oversized crown, both of which make for easier usability underwater. When brand new, this model has a price of $2,600, making it the least expensive watch of this line. Its quartz chronograph can measure to 1/10th of a second.

The TAG Heuer Aquaracer Calibre 5 ref. WAP2150.BD0839 when brand new is priced at $6,000 and is one of the most expensive models in the line. It has a Calibre 5 Swiss made movement that has a power reserve of 38 hours. The case of the watch is stainless steel and the bezel is 18kt rose gold.

For those looking for a watch priced in between these two, the Aquaracer 500M watch is priced at $4,100. Its chronograph allows the wearer to time within 1/8th of a second. It also has three counters on its black dial and a date window. The hour markers and hands are luminescent, making for easy legibility under water. The watch has a water resistance up to 500m.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer

TAG Heuer Aquaracer $2,600 – $6,000

TAG Heuer Carrera

Named in honor of the Carrera Panamericana road race, the TAG Heuer Carrera is a staple model for the TAG Heuer brand. The model recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The Carrera Day-Day ref. WAR201A.BA0723 is typically priced as the lowest TAG Heuer Carrera model with an original listing price of $3,300. It has a Calibre 5 Swiss made movement and has a smaller diameter of 26mm. It has a simple black dial that has a date display. The watch has a power reserve of 38 hours.

The Carrera line has a wide range of watches and prices. The TAG Heuer Carrera ref. WAS2140.FC8176 is the dressiest of the Carrera models. When brand new, it is listed at $11,300. It has a Calibre 5 Swiss made movement that has 27 to 31 rubies and a power reserve of 38 to 44 hours. The case is solid 18kt rose gold, as is the bezel. The guilloche silver dial has rose gold Arabic numbers, a 60 second counter, and date window.

TAG Heuer Carrera

TAG Heuer Carrera $3,300 – $11,300

TAG Heuer Grand Carrera

The watches in the TAG Heuer Grand Carrera line are exaggerated versions of the TAG Heuer Carrera. This series tooks four years to develop and is less sports oriented than the TAG Heuer Carrera. The feature that immediately sets Grand Carrera watches apart from the Carrera is the rotating system disc that replaces the standard subdial. Surrounding the discs are polished, semi-circular plates. The TAG Heuer Grand Carrera ref. CAV518B.FC6237 is the entry level model in the line of watches with a brand new price of $8,500 from TAG Heuer. The automatic chronograph movement can measure to an accuracy of 1/8th of a second. The watch has a Calibre 17 RS chronometer movement. The black dial has a date display and two rotating discs and there is a tachymeter scale on the bezel. The case and bezel are both titanium coated.

The most expensive of the TAG Heuer Grand Carreras is the ref. CAV514C.FC8171. This model has the same features as the ref. CAV518B.FC6237. It has a chronometer certified Calibre 17 movement, as well as the two rotating discs, date display, and tachymeter scale. The materials of this watch are what increases it’s value so significantly. The case, bezel, and dial are all rose gold. On TAG Heuer’s site, this model is listed at $23,600.

TAG Heuer Grand Carrera $8,500 – $23,600

TAG Heuer Monaco

As the world’s first water-resistant watch with a square case and the first square automatic chronograph, the Heuer Monaco is a very iconic and easily identifiable watch. It immediately grew in popularity with actor Steve McQueen wore it while filming racing movie, Le Mans. The Heuer Monaco was discontinued in the mid-1970s, but was re-introduced in the 1990s by TAG Heuer. The watch was slightly updated, but its new design was relatively the same as the original, legendary Heuer design.

Priced at $3,800, the TAG Heuer Monaco ref. WW2110.FC6177 is the most basic of the Monaco models. It is available with a black dial with a date window and a seconds subdial. The movement is a Calibre 6 automatic movement.

While these are the prices for these specific model of TAG Heuer watches, you can also submit the info your TAG Heuer watch and the Crown & Caliber team and provide you with a quote on its value.

TAG Heuer Monaco

The most expensive and elaborate of the TAG Heuer Monaco watches is the ref. WAW2080.FC6288 priced at $70,000. This watch has a dial with seven bridges and the V4 movement is seen through the sapphire crystal glass. It is a limited edition watch and is titanium and ceramic.


TAG Heuer Monaco $3,800 – $70,000

TAG Heuer Link

The TAG Heuer was designed to be an elegant alternative to a sporty watch. It is meant to be a comfortable, yet dressier watch. The Link ref. WAT1110.BA0950 is the least expensive of the line, priced on TAG Heuer’s site at $2,350. It has a diameter of 40mm and a simple black dial with a date window. The case, bracelet, and bezel are all stainless steel.

One of the more expensive TAG Heuer Link watches is the ref. CAT2050.FC6322, with a price of $6,700 brand new. With the ability to measure to 1/8th of a second, the Calibre 16 automatic chronograph movement is very accurate. The dial is available in black, white, or blue, and has a date window and three subdials.

tag heuer link

TAG Heuer Link $2,350 – $6,700

TAG Heuer watches are known for their sporty look and durable build. The brand has a wide array of watches that fall in all different price ranges. Whether you are looking for a sport watch or a dressier watch, TAG Heuer has something for everyone. All of the prices and info above was found at TAG Heuer. Most of the brand new watches can be bought directly from TAG Heuer from their website, so check it out!

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