TAG Heuer is celebrating the 50 years of the Carrera. Therefore all the novelties that TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Christophe Babin showed me were new Carrera models.
Jean-Christophe Babin has done a great job at TAG Heuer the last 13 years. In June he will become the new Bulgari-CEO. Under his reign TAG Heuer in my eyes has become the the leader in developments of high frequency chronograph watches.
I invite you to listen to our conversation taped here at the Baselworld 2013 show …
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TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Christophe Babin
This year he showed another amazing watch called: TAG Heuer Carrera MikroPendulumS
The Carrera MikroPendulumS is a TAG Heuer Carrera MikrotourbillonS with 2 magnetic Pendulums replacing the hairsprings, one for telling time and one for timekeeping. Composed of 454 working components and based on unique TAG Heuer-patented technology, its watch chain turns at 12Hz and its chronograph chain turns at 50Hz (60 minutes power reserve). The chronograph tourbillon, the world’s fastest, controls the 1/100th of a second, beats 360,000 an hour and rotates 12 times a minute.
TAG Heuer CARRERA Calibre 36 Chronograph Flyback “Racing” (with Zenith El Primero)
TAG Heuer CARRERA Calibre 36 Chronograph Flyback (43mm) (with Zenith El Primero)
TAG Heuer CARRERA CALIBRE 1887 CHRONOGRAPH – Jack Heuer Edition (45mm) (with in-house chronograph 1887)
TAG Heuer CARRERA CALIBRE 18 limited edition for the Monaco Grand Prix 2013 (with an ETA 7750 or Sellita SW500)
Left the new TAG Heuer CARRERA CALIBRE 1887 (now with in-house caliber) and right the “old” version TAG Heuer CARRERA CALIBRE 18 (with an ETA 7750 or Sellita SW500)