Based on the CH-80 chronograph, the watch houses its automatic winding mechanism and flying tourbillon in a 32mm diameter case.
Despite the narrow case, the watch’s counters are well spaced and easy on the eye. Other notable features include semi-skeletonized dials, with minute and hour counters at the 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock mark.
The watch also uses the new manufacture Calibre Heuer 02-T movement, beating at 28,000 vph, is water-resistant to 100 metres and comes with a black rubber strap.
The Carrera Heuer-02T comes in two versions, with the non-limited model priced at $15,950, and the limited edition “Black Phantom” (with 250 units available) model costing $23,100.
Founded in St-Imier, Switzerland in 1860, Tag Heuer has grown to become one of the world’s most famous luxury watch makers