TAG HEUER super professional

Case Diameter:  43 mm
Case Height:  14.5 mm
Case length:  43 mm
Lug Width:  20.5 mm
Movement: ETA 2892 A2 automatic, 25j,
hacking, quickest date, 28,800 bph
Case material: Stainless steel, one-piece
design
Crown: Screw down
Bezel: Uni-directional, indexed w/ 60
clicks
Water resistance: 1000 meters
Bracelet: TAG HEUER signed stainless
steel with a locking clasp and dive suit
extention
Vintage: '90s-2000
The "super pro" is a bona fide professional’s
watch with a true one-piece case waterproofed
with multiple seals, a large and well protected
screw-down crown, no-nonsense steel bezel,
shrouded lugs, large readable hands, over-sized
hour markers and excellent lume. The 5mm thick
sapphire crystal is secured with a threaded
locking ring. The movement is a proven accurate
and reliable ETA 2892 automatic, all packed up
in an easy to service yet watertight case design.

The finish on the case and bracelet is a non-
reflective matte, not brushed but very finely bead
blasted. It has proven to be very durable and
resistant to scuffs and scratches. TAG HEUER
also produced a PVD version of this watch in very
limited numbers.

This is a very nicely put together dive watch, and
one that needs to be appreciated first hand as
pictures and words cannot convey its quality.
These can still be found in good condition for less
than $1000, making it possibly the most
undervalued of all vintage dive watches.
First produced in 1984 and manufactured for 15+ years, the "super pro" is a carryover from the pre-TAG days at Heuer (TAG acquired
Heuer in 1985) when they were still a respected manufacturer of professional grade timekeeping instruments. It is considered by many
the last professional grade dive watch offered by the company.

Pictured at the top of the page are catalog reference numbers 840.006-2 (right) and WS2110-2 (left). 840.006-2 is the earlier of the
two, probably from the '90s. WS2110-2 uses the later TAG HEUER numbering system and dates to approx 2000. Both watches are
otherwise identical. The reference numbers (found on the back side of the case) identify both as the larger "second generation" style
case. The earlier generation watches are identified by ref number 840.006 (without the -2). These cases are slightly smaller and have a
more rounded profile.