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Putting my Autavia CY2111 on the block as it has never been worn by me, and the time has come to find it a better home. It was bought back in 2013, but prior to that I have no information about its ownership or service history. Externally the condition is really good as can hopefully be seen in the photos. Either it was looked after or worn infrequently. Everything runs fine, although the upper chrono pusher is a bit clunky feeling in operation. Bracelet is pretty long, so unless you have super thick wrists it will size down fine. No box or papers, although the shop it came from had a spare Tag Heuer round case and box (the old style that all the cheaper nineties watches came in) and I'll send it with that. Priced to sell.
Shipping will be added at cost price, which of course depends on destination country.
The watch will ship out of Germany
Bank transfer or Paypal. I am normally quite strict that Paypal payments should be friends and family as otherwise fraudulent reversals are too easy. As a relative newbie here, I will accept standard Paypal payments from buyers with reasonable forum post counts and/or positive feedback as a buyer. The fees haven't been factored into the price though, so for standard payments 4% must be added to the total.