One of the first full skeleton watches from TAG Heuer’s Carrera collection, whose presence is inspired by infamous 1950’s motor racing, namely the Carrera Panamericana – a perilous border to border road race through Mexico, scrapped in the late 1950’s amid safety concerns and reinstated in the wake of reforms in 1988.
This symbolic piece has been meticulously crafted from high grade stainless steel for a truly unique finish; facilitated by the anti-reflective scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass and skeleton case back exhibiting the powerful Calibre Heuer 01 self winding mechanism stowed within, with Its bold luminous fixtures, clear chronograph dials and crisp date aperture remaining decorous to this positively technical horological exposure.
Designed to confirm TAG Heuer’s status as an unparalleled avant-garde watchmaker, this impressive timepiece is powered by the new and revolutionary manufacture Calibre Heuer 01 automatic movement which has a power reserve of 50 hours.
Completed with a stainless steel bracelet and push button deployment clasp, achieving a secure and comfortable fit every time.
- Small Seconds
- Transparent Case-back
- Skeleton Dial
- Crystal Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
- Case Modular Steel with various finishing (Ceramic Bezel)
- Dial Black
- Water resistance 10 bar (100 metres / 330 feet)
- Size Case Diameter: 45 mm
Automatic Calibre Heuer 01
Power Reserve: 50 hours
BOX AND WARRANTY
This watch comes in a stunning TAG Heuer presentation box with full operating instructions and 2 Year International Warranty
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