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Re: Pictures of the 2017 autavia side-by-side with my 11630

- - - Well, it's definitely a prototype - - -
But after a proper groping, we're more excited than ever about TAG Heuer - - - Tim

: The new Autavia was inspired by the 2nd execution Autavia rather
: than the cushion case you mentioned, as I'm sure you're aware,
: but still a good comparison for most folks I'd guess based on
: sizing alone.

: The Autavia I have at the moment is the Jack Heuer 85th Birthday
: Edition Autavia prototype, but is identical to the standard
: Autavia in every way except dial/hands, bezel insert and steel
: caseback instead of sapphire crystal.

: I measured the JH at 15.7mm thick compared to 15.2mm of the 11630,
: however if you take the domed glass on the Autavia out it
: measures a far more respectable 13.7mm (to edge of bezel/glass).

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