The Double Rotor plays a new trick: the upper rotor takes the shape of a ring revolving around the edge of the movement. It appears below arches formed by the hour-markers, on a subtly stepped dial. The equally refined cushion-shaped case is distinguished by its truncated angles and oblique fluted middle, thus reducing the perimeter on the wrist itself. The Peripheral Double Rotor comes in gold or DLC-coated steel versions.
On June, 12th 2019 - the TAG Heuer manufacture is opening its doors to the Fine Watch Club members!