Tag Heuer Launches A New Grey Version Of The Mikrograph 1/100-second Chronograph

The first in the world: TAG Heuer (TAG Heuer) launched the first integrated column wheel mechanical chronograph-TAG Heuer CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1/100 second chronograph, using the central hand to display 1/100 second, Eye-catching and legible. The TAG Heuer watch factory is responsible for watch design, patent application, development and manufacturing. This major innovation has once again established TAG Heuer’s dominance of extreme precision, speed and highly complex mechanical movements for 150 years.
5 5 years after the launch of the Calibre 360 ​​chronograph, TAG Heuer has once again made a big hit due to its new design of a high-frequency dual-component mechanical movement, which is a gift to the 1916 version of the Tag Heuer Mikrograph stopwatch. For more than 50 years, TAG Heuer Mikrograph stopwatches have clocked high-speed movements at 25 and 50 Hz. The TAG Heuer CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1 / 100-second chronograph uses dual movement components, 62 jewel bearings and 396 parts, which is another initiative of ‘Swiss Haute Horlogerie’, setting a new milestone for complex-function watches.
The first mechanical watch with 1 / 100th of a second displayed by the central hand 360,000 vibrations per hour
Extremely accurate timing
In 1916, TAG Heuer launched the first Mikrograph sports stopwatch with 1/50 and 1/100 second accuracy.
TAG Heuer CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1/100 second chronograph, like Calibre 360, has two balance wheels, independent escapement and transmission, which can ensure the timing and normal watch performance without affecting the movement of the movement. But the difference from the modular Calibre 360 ​​is that the new Mikrograph 1 / 100-second chronograph is certified by the Swiss official observatory and fully integrates the column wheel system. This stopwatch includes a 4 Hz watch balance, which vibrates 28,800 times per hour, with a 42-hour power reserve; and a high-frequency Swiss chronograph balance (50 Hz), which vibrates 360,000 times per hour, with the There is a 90-minute power reserve device; and the central indicator shows 1/100 second. The bottom cover is a sapphire crystal see-through window, which can directly observe two ‘hearts’ with different vibration speeds, which are located at the bottom of the complex movement decorated with Geneva ripples, facing each other.
Charles-Auguste Heuer
TAG Heuer’s timeless heritage is unmatched. The millisecond discrimination allows TAG Heuer to reach its peak again, and it is closely related to speed athletes. In 1916, TAG Heuer introduced the first Mikrograph sports stopwatch with an accuracy of 1/50 and 1/100 seconds, while the highest accuracy of other tools at that time was only 1/5 seconds. This technological innovation has improved timing accuracy and changed the future of event management. For struggling professional players, the millisecond battle is the key to success. This groundbreaking core technology has made TAG Heuer the first official timer sponsor of the world’s most famous events.
CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1/100 second chronograph
TAG Heuer CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1 / 100-second chronograph is only available in a limited edition of 150 rose gold, bringing stopwatch innovation to modern racing enthusiasts seeking extreme precision. So far, watches and stopwatches are two different timing tools with different uses: watches can be regarded as marathon runners, with balanced speed and endurance, while chronographs are like sprinters, sprinting and extremely powerful explosive force. If the two are driven by the same gear, the chronograph movement will wear out quickly. TAG Heuer launches the limited edition grey version of CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1 / 100-second chronograph to celebrate TAG Heuer’s ‘150th anniversary of speed’.