TAG Heuer‘s tourbillon-equipped chronograph is now available in titanium with a crisp new blue design.
Encased in hard-wearing yet lightweight Grade 5 titanium with a matching bracelet, the latest iteration of TAG Heuer’s Carrera Heuer 02T also features a fresh blue tone on its sunray brushed dial, ceramic bezel, winding rotor and tourbillon cage.
The solid dial is a first for the model, having only previously been available with open dials.
The 45mm 02T Tourbillon was launched in 2016 and, in the five year since, has been available in the standard black/red colorway as well as a brown dialled version with gold accents, produced as part of the brand’s former partnership with British supercar manufacturer, Aston Martin.
The 4Hz automatic chronograph features a flying tourbillon with a cage made of titanium and carbon, to save weight and reduce power consumption, while its 31mm Calibre Heuer 02T movement is COSC-certified.
TAG Heuer is producing 250 individually numbered pieces, available now priced $21,000 USD.
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