With its contemporary design, the TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Tourbillon Chronometer features two of the most prestigious complications of traditional watchmaking. A tourbillon, cancelling out the differences in speed at almost hypnotic mobility, and a chronograph produced and developed within the TAG Heuer manufactory.
The movement is housed in a dark blue ceramic case, embellished with a bezel and ceramic horns. Visible through the sapphire crystal, on the back of the case, the "Tête de Vipère" stamp is printed on the bridge.
Since 1897, the Besançon Astronomical Observatory certifies the high metrological quality of a watch under “Viper Head” ("Tête de Vipère"). More than a sign of quality and precision, this hallmark stamp attests to the watch’s technical standard of expertise that brushes perfection.