Heuer Carrera Mikrograph 1/100th watch
TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph
The world's first mechanical chronograph to master 1/100th of a second
Launched in January 2011, the MIKROGRAPH 1/100TH SECOND started TAG Heuer’s “MIKRO” Haute Horlogerie. This game-changing innovation combined two assortments beating at 28,800 and 360,000 beats per hour respectively. It offered unrivalled precision and chronometry thanks to the independence of its “normal speed” and “high speed” watchmaking chains. This masterpiece redefines modern chronographs in terms of precision and readability. A more classical timepiece in style and historical in taste, it mixes a 1916 Heuer invention, the Mikrograph - the first stopwatch to measure 1/100th of a second - with the iconic Tag Heuer Carrera design in a rose gold limited edition of only 150 models with brown dial and brown alligator strap and another 150 pieces with anthracite grey dial and matching alligator strap.