TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph 1/100th Second Chronograph

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TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph 1/100th Second Chronograph
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Carrera Mikrograph 1/100th Second Chronograph is a wristwatch by TAG Heuer.

This model, introduced in January 2011 in a limited edition of 150 pieces, is the world's first mechanical chronograph, which indicates the 1/100th of a second using a central hand.

The watch is driven by a fully integrated COSC certified chronograph movement with column wheel system. It has a balance for the watch, which oscillates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and has a power reserve of 42 hours, and a Swiss high-frequency balance for the stopwatch at a frequency of 360,000 vibrations per hour and a 90-minute power reserve. Thus, the display of 1/100ths of a second by using the central chronograph hand is possible.

A transparent sapphire crystal case back offers a view on the two "hearts", beating at different speeds, which are arranged side by side on the bottom of the côtes de Genève ornated movement.


CAR5040.FC8177 brown


Self-winding chronograph movement, 28,800 A/h, Chronograph with 360,000 A/h
Two balances
2 barrels
62 jewels
396 components
Côtes de Genève
Hacking seconds
Chronometer (COSC)
Power reserve 42 h (Chronograph 90 h)


Red gold
Ø 43 mm
Domed sapphire crystal, antireflective on both sides
Sapphire crystal caseback
Waterproof to 10 atm


Brown and creme colored


Hours, minutes, small seconds, date
Chrono function: central 1/100th-stop seconds, 30-minutes counter
Chronograph: power reserve indicator in percent


Hand-sewn, brown Alligator strap; solid tang-type buckle in red gold (18K 5N)

Limited edition:

150 pieces