In 1860, TAG Heuer – known as Heuer at the time – was founded by Edouard Heuer in Saint-Imier, Switzerland. Over the past 160 years, much has changed but the brand’s commitment to innovating and developing cutting-edge watchmaking creations has remained constant.
Jack Heuer, TAG Heuer Honorary Chairman President
Inspired by the classic Heuer “Dato 45”, which in 1965 was the first wrist chronograph ever to feature a turning date disc. This special Carrera Sport Chronograph has its date window positioned at 12 o’clock on the dial. At its heart is a Calibre Heuer 02 manufacture movement that delivers an impressive 80-hour power reserve. The number of the limited edition – 1,860 of each version – is a nod to the year Edouard Heuer founded his watchmaking company in Switzerland’s Jura Mountains.
A modern design chronograph inspired on the renowned monochrome silver-dial model of 1964, often referred to as “2447S”, this model is now being re-introduced with some twenty-first-century updates and our Calibre Heuer 02 manufacture movement who boasts a power reserve of 80 hours. This chronograph is limited to only 1,860 pieces: a perfect number for our Maison.
Montreal was the name of a collection of captivating Heuer automatic chronographs launched in 1972. Now, the Montreal design makes a striking comeback in the form of an elegant 39 mm TAG Heuer Carrera that is limited to only 1,000 pieces. This tribute model is powered by our Calibre Heuer 02 manufacture movement and boasts an impressive power reserve of 80 hours.