Question about Tag Heuer Link WJF2112.BA0570 Wrist Watch
I have had the watch for approximately 18 months. Within the first few months it kept stopping even though I wear it everyday. I sent it back and they completed maintenance - movement control - regulating spring bars and all gaskets replaced. Within a couple of months it stopped again. I sent it back and this time they informed me it stopped due to magnetic forces and they recalibrated it. After a few weeks it once again it stopped. It works okay when I wind it up but after about a week it stops. A friend also has a self winding Tag and has no problems with it. Really the only time I take it off is to go to bed. I do not work near x-ray machines or in a hospital so the magnteic interuption issue seems bizzare.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Could be its just not a good quality watch, you didn't state the make. if its an invicta, then tbh, its to be expected they can be very hit and miss. You can buy demagnetizer for about $10, £6-7. Things like speakers, computer monitors or strong electrical field can magnetize a watch making them perform very inconsistently.
Posted on Apr 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your watch is a automatic. All automatics need to wind-up before being worn at first , or if not worn all the time. Automatics will work with-out being wound ,but will not keep time. Wind your watch at least 50 turns (using the crown) or shake about 150 times , and then try it . Automatics need that back-up power to insure it's accuracy.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
The model number quoted does not match those I found on the web site (three letters and our numbers), so I couldn't identify your watch.
If you go the the Tag web site "tagheuer.com" and examine the models shown, you should be able to identify your watch and check its details.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
I'm sure its an automatic - next time it stops do not set time just shake it and see it if starts again - automatics need to be worn most of the day to last during the night
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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