Trade fell through. I am selling my excellent condition working fantastic Tag Heuer 2000 Aquagraph automatic cal 60. Shows signs of use but not abused, as with all watches that are not new there are some use marks but the watch looks great. Complete with inner outer boxes papers Tag rubber strap. Thinning the herd and this one painfully must be sold for $1500 OBRO shipped CONUS.
The below information from a review

Reference: CN211A
Movement: Swiss automatic w/ Swiss chronograph module
Material: stainless steel case and bracelet; rubber dive strap included with accessory dive kit
Complications: chronograph timing in one-second increments up to 12 hours; 24-hour indicator sub-dial
Price: approx. $3500 USD (at time of sale; watch now discontinued)

TAG Heuer made a point of having each Aquagraph individually tested to make certain it achieves its 500 meter rating, including testing the security of the screw in plates that seal the rubber covered chrono. pushers.
nside this watch is another surprise. TAG Heuer decided to use an automatic ETA 2892-2 base movement with a Dubois Depraz 2073 chronograph module stacked on top. This gives the watch a genuine jewel count of a heady 46 jewels! TAG christened this movement the ‘Calibre 60’.

What makes this movement combination really special is the Lemania 5100-like large center chronograph minutes hand, which sits underneath the chronograph’s large center seconds hand. This design makes it extremely easy to see how many minutes have elapsed on the chrono., doubly so because both these hands are painted a bright yellow and the minute hand has a large arrow tip replete with a generous amount of lume. Super cool! TAG Heuer mentions this as being important to a diver concerning the duration of decompression stages.

The automatic Calibre 60 winds smoothly, quietly and runs a fine 45 hours on a full wind. Accuracy in my testing procedure has yielded an average of +4 seconds over 24 hours, which is superb. Chronograph functions are crisp and accurate, with start, stop and reset procedures working perfectly.
And speaking of the bezel, this is another unique point of this watch and a design that shows TAG Heuer was serious about serious diving. The bezel has six large ridges or bars on it to assist in turning it and that also add a bit of style.

The bezel design is a unidirectional 60-click variety, but one that is locked and ratcheting, so as to prevent accidental movement of the bezel while diving. You have to push firmly straight down on the bezel and while still pushing down, turn it to the desired time, then release it, locking the bezel in place. Not real easy to do, but it does work and accomplishes the goal of having the bezel stay in the position it has been moved to. This bezel has been designed so even while wearing gloves the bezel is usable.