TAG Heuer Kirium

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TAG Heuer Kirium
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TAG Heuer Kirium Chronograph

The Kirium is a sports watch by TAG Heuer produced from 1997 through 2008.

Overview

With the Kirum Jörg Hysek created a prestige sports watch that combined technical precision and high comfort with an avant-garde appearance. It impressed primarily by its soft smooth transitions between case and band, that blend the watch to an ergonomic unit. Also to be mentioned is the patented buffer system of the links and the quality bracelet clasp.

The Kirium replaced the 4000 series in the TAG Heuer lineup and remained in production until 2008.

The watch comes in a variety of variants: as women's and men's model, with mechanical self-winding movement, and also with a quartz movement, as chronometer, as chronograph and as a series Formula 1 .

Movement:

Et al. automatic, Calibre ETA 2894-2

Case:

Ø 41 mm (without crown), 43 mm (with crown), height: 12.5 mm
Stainless steel, scratch resistent sapphire crystal,
One-way adjustable, notched bezel
Screw-in crown, screw-in back, waterproof to 20 atm

Functions:

Luminous hands and indixes, hour, minute and second
Hands in silver, bezel with 10-minute graduation

Bracelet:

Stainless steel, double security clasp

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