The MIKROGRAPH 1/100TH SECOND kicked off a new generation of TAG Heuer’s “MIKRO” Haute Horlogerie. This game-changing technology combined two assortments beating at 28,800 and 360,000 beats per hour, offering unrivaled precision and readability. Thanks to two different balance wheels with separate escapements and transmission systems, the chronograph can run without interfering with the watch movement. Separately, each movement is impressive, but together they are unstoppable. This mélange of tradition and tomorrow blends the 1916 Mikrograph, the first stopwatch to measure 1/100th of a second, with the iconic TAG Heuer Carrera design in limited edition pieces. The Mikrograph is a triomph of both fashion and function - it's the first mechanical watch to ever use a central sweep-seconds hand to measure 1/100th of a second.