TAG Heuer taps into its sporting heritage and the latest technologies in its new releases at LVMH Watch Week 2023. Discover our highlights below.
TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph 60th Anniversary Edition
Jack Heuer debuted the iconic Carrera in 1963, a chronograph that redefined its category at the time of its launch. To celebrates its 60th anniversary, TAG Heuer revisits one of the most collectible of all vintage Carreras, the reference 24447 SN from the late 1960s. The current edition is a faithful revisit, featuring a slim 39mm case with raised “glass box” sapphire crystal, a panda dial (silvered dial with black subdials), vintage pushers, beige lume, and a slimline tension ring around the dial’s outer edge. The crystal display case back shows off the Heuer 02 in-house automatic chronograph calibre with 80-hour power reserve. Individually numbered, this edition is limited to 600 pieces only.
TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer
Making a comeback is the TAG Heuer Monza, this time in the form of a flyback chronograph with chronometric accuracy. Inheriting the oval shape of the original launched in 1976, the 42mm black carbon case of the new TAG Heuer Monza Flyback Chronometer is a contemporary homage to its roots. The look is completed by the black DLC steel crown and pushers, and a black PVD titanium grade 5 screw-down display case back. The striking black dial features a two-register layout, with a translucent fumé blue crystals for the chronograph counter at 3 o’clock and the permanent seconds subdial at 6 o’clock. The dark tones of the dial are punctuated by splashes of red on the chronograph counter and permanent seconds hands, as well as the date aperture window. The white luminescent hour and minute hands ensure that the time is visible in all light conditions. The in-house Calibre Heuer Flyback automatic movement is on full display, visible through the black skeletonised dial and exhibition case back, and is COSC certified for extreme accuracy.
TAG Heuer Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph
The watch designed for people who love sports and challenges on land and in the water welcomes a second solar-powered addition. The latest Aquaracer Professional 200 Solargraph now comes in a new 40mm sandblasted grade 2 titanium case and matching bracelet. The partly translucent dial allows the movement to recharge itself when exposed, with 2 minutes of sunlight enough to power the watch for an entire day. A full charge takes less than 20 hours and will power the watch for six months with no light exposure. It features the Aquaracer’s signature features of a unidirectional rotating bezel, screw down crown, 200m water resistance, luminous markings, sapphire crystal and double safety clasp.