MikroTourbillonS: TAG Heuer’s First Double Tourbillon

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TAG Heuer surprised many in the world of haute horology when it officially unveiled the new MikroTourbillonS earlier this month.

Two uncaged tourbillons, built in-house by TAG Heuer, regulate the movements of the watch and the chronograph. The watch is housed in a 45 mm Carrera case of rose gold accented by black tantalum, which is a transition metal known for its anti-corrosive properties. Mounted on a rubber strap, the face reveals a dial for chronograph minutes and a dial for chronograph seconds, along with a power reserve indicator at the 12 o’clock position.

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