Introducing: The TAG Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 Full Black Matte Ceramic
This most recent form is formally dispatching in 2017 and is a takeoff from the first particular case development idea utilized in the main Carrera Heuer-01 . On the event of the dispatch of that watch, TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver said, in a meeting with WatchTime , that, “The plan of the new Carrera is more current that [that of] the past models. You may not really remember it from a specific distance. It actually looks a ton like a Carrera. That is by and large what I needed – another case, yet one that is like the former one. The greatest contrast among it and the more established model is its particular development. We exploited the innovation of the Hublot Big Bang, with its particular sandwich plan. These cases are created in-house.”
By contrast, the Full Black Matte Ceramic form of the Carrera Heuer-01 utilizations clay only all through (with the exception of, obviously, in the development). The watch will be accessible with either an elastic tie, or with a fired wristband. Similarly as with different renditions of the watch, the case is an enormous 45mm in breadth; development is secluded as in each part is made as a different component (e.g., the carries) however the drags, case center, and bezel are largely clay; the push pieces for the chronograph just as the crown, are dark titanium carbide. Sapphire gems with AR covering are utilized front and back, and the skeletonized dial from the first Heuer-01 is there also; water obstruction is 100m.
Between the all-dark subject, and the size, this is regardless of its undeniable craving to be startlingly observable, a retrogressive looking watch; the all-dark watch topic and enormous size are a lot of configuration signals from the mid-2000s (for a couple of years there you sensed that you were unable to swing a stick at Baselworld without hitting an all-dark watch).
What isn’t suggestive of the mid-2000s is the cost: $6,300 for the arm band model, and the equivalent for the elastic lash model, with regards to the technique, under Biver, of keeping up evaluating at a level proper to TAG Heuer’s image history and identity.
An prior form of this story mistakenly detailed two unique costs for the arm band and tie models; they’re really a similar cost. Story refreshed, and HODINKEE laments the error.