The ultimate combination of thinness and 80-hour power reserveDiscover more
Mastering Movement ManufactureDiscover more
A few years ago, TAG Heuer embarked on an intense race to develop movements. A challenge that was won and richly rewarded, particularly by the brand’s admission to the "Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie" in 2009, and with the "Aiguille d’Or" prize in 2012 for the TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrogirder created by the Haute Horlogerie workshop.
Faithful to its inspiration, the Calibre 1887 proudly reveals its oscillating pinion patented in 1887 by Edouard Heuer.
The new TAG Heuer chronograph movement was named CH 80 in reference to its production site (Chevenez, in the Swiss Jura) and its 80-hour power reserve.
The juxtaposition of TAG Heuer's patented belt technology with one of the most emblematic complication of watchmaking : the tourbillon.
Timeless EleganceDiscover more
When the expertise of the master-craftsman meets the innovative imagination of the engineer.Discover more