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Carrera Caliber Heuer 01, dawn of a new era.

Under the leadership of the highly experienced Jean-Claude Biver for the past year, the TAG Heuer production facilities and collections have begun a major shift enabling the brand to adjust to the new market conditions while remaining true to its slogan “Swiss avant-garde since 1860”. This turbocharged approach is symbolized by the Carrera Caliber Heuer 01 presented at Baselworld 2015: a new case, a new caliber, a new design, a new construction – and all within a Manufacture-made selfwinding chronograph featuring a quality-price ratio intended for a broader and doubtless younger audience. The sporty, modern personality of this timepiece in steel and titanium with modular integrated elements and various types of finishing around an openworked dial aspires to sophistication, clearly highlighted through the sapphire crystal with the PVD-coated skeleton-worked rotor, as well as the red column wheel of the in-house movement. And that’s just the start…

Case: brushed steel and titanium, sapphire back, anthracite bezel with tachymetric scale, water-resistant to 100m
Diameter: 45mm
Movement: mechanical self-winding (Caliber Heuer 01, 50h power reserve), red
column wheel, skeletonized chronograph bridge and new oscillating weight
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph DIAL : openworked, three counters, rhodiumed hour-markers with red dot enhanced by white and red SuperluminovaTM
Strap: rubber, folding clasp with safety pushbuttons
 

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Over 150 years of watchmaking savoir-faire and technical innovation have made TAG Heuer a global reference in avant-garde sports watches. As it tracked the rise of sports demanding increasingly precise timekeeping, TAG Heuer continually developed its unique capabilities through a long-term vision of what watchmaking is today, and what it will look like tomorrow.

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