High-frequency Timepieces Tag Heuer Launches A Thousandth Chronograph

[Special Report from Basel of Watches] On April 25, 2013, Swiss time, the 41st Basel International Watch Fair kicked off, as a watch home of the top watch industry A special reporting team was sent to Switzerland to bring the exhibition report to everyone in the first place. As a brand recognized by many people, TAG Heuer also performed well at this exhibition, introducing a one-thousandth chronograph that shocked everyone.

 In 2011, TAG Heuer launched the world’s first mechanical chronograph with a frequency of 500 Hz-MIKROTIMER FLYING 1000. This revolutionary mechanical chronograph is equipped with two “MIKRO” escapements that abandon the traditional balance wheel. It vibrates 3,600,000 times per hour, 125 times faster than a standard Swiss chronograph. The dial’s central hand completes 10 revolutions per second. The extremely beautiful MIKROTIMER FLYING 1000 features a black titanium carbide-coated case with a contrasting stainless steel lug and a black ruthenium-coated movement.

Summary: In 2011, TAG Heuer launched the world’s first mechanical chronograph with a frequency of 500 Hz, MIKROTIMER FLYING 1000, which won the 2011 Geneva Watch Awards “Best Sports Watch of the Year”. This shows its extraordinary influence.

The pictures and information collected by the reporting team in front of the Watch House will be uploaded to the special topics in Basel, so stay tuned.

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