Every precision mechanism requires a full overhaul after a certain period. The frequency of maintenance for your TAG Heuer watch depends on the model, climate and conditions of its use.

As a general rule, your quartz watch should have a complete TAG Heuer service every 4 to 6 years. While your watch is with us, our skilled masters watchmakers will dedicate all their attention and energy to its maintenance.

Preliminary Operations

  • Bracelet removal
  • Case opening
  • Diagnosis of movement
  • Check of the working on testing devices
  • Check of the functions of the movement (time setting and pushers tests: Start/Stop/Reset)
  • Functions and visual inspection
  • Estimate

Case and Bracelet Operations

  • Complete case dismantling (bezel, crystal, pushers)
  • Case and bracelet cleaning in ultrasonic vibration for one hour
  • All gaskets replaced

Movement Maintenance

  • Movement dismantling (dial and hands removal)
  • Replacement of the worn components
  • Battery replacement
  • Check of the functions of the movement (time setting and pushers tests: Start/Stop/Reset)
  • Complete reassembly of the case
  • Case closing and locking of the case back

Quality Control Operations

  • Water-resistance according to model specifications
  • Hour and date setting
  • Final check of the movement and of all functions over 48 hours in several positions
  • Bracelet refitting with replacement of spring bars
  • Check and adjustment of the clasp
  • Final inspection

Packing and dispatching your watch

After each TAG Heuer Service carried out by one of our Official Service Centres, a one-year warranty on both functioning and water-resistance (except Vintage watches) is issued.


Frequently Asked Questions

Read more about questions you might have about materials used, how to take care of your watch or other accessories, etc.

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Maintenance service

We recommend a maintenance service every 1 or 2 years or a failed water-resistance test. As a general rule, all TAG Heuer watches require an annual check of their water-resistance.

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