TAG Heuer launched the MIKROTIMER FLYING 1000 in 2011.
The world’s first-ever mechanical chronograph to measure and display 1/1,1000th of a second, this revolution in watchmaking technology stars TAG Heuer’s “MIKRO” architecture without any balance wheel system. The Mikrotimer beats 3.6 million times per hour, 125 times faster than any standard Swiss chronograph.
It’s true luxury from the inside out, complete with a black Titanium Carbide-coated case with contrasting steel horns and black ruthenium-treated movement. This timepiece was voted the 2011 Swiss Sports Watch of the Year at the Grand Prix de l’Horlogerie de Genève, aka the "Watch Oscars."