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A new version of The Replica TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 02T Tourbillon Nanograph

When all of us took attention to the first day of the 2019 SIHH, TAG Heuer has gone and silently announced a technologically coveted timepiece that utilizes a totally new hairspring made of carbon composite, which has never been produced before. Actually, this new technology was developed by themselves and they hold the patent for it as well. The watch is all about showing off and celebrating that new technology in a watch that also pays a tribute to TAG Heuer’s history through the Carrera case and name.
In fact, this replica watch is very much an evolution of the Carrera Heuer 02T, a watch that shook up the industry in 2016 by providing a Swiss tourbillon timepiece at an incredible price never heard before. Based on 45mm case of that watch (rendered here in blacked-out titanium with a carbon bezel), TAG Heuer has improved basically every aspect of the movement to the next level. The hexagon motifs are filled with decoration of the whole thing, a reference to the nanoscopic hexagonal structure of the carbon used in the hairspring, the dial and rotor have both been openworked to let you see more of the movement, and the aluminum balance wheel is set with both white gold weights and white Super-LumiNova so you can see it beating away in the dark. Neon green accents add further drama, ornamenting everything from the tourbillon cage to the column wheel.  tag heuer
Generally speaking, the use of carbon here is all dependant on performance. According to TAG Heuer replica, the carbon-composite hairspring is actually unaffected by both gravitational effects and shocks, makes perfect concentric oscillations due to its geometry, therefore offering better precision, is easier to assemble for their watchmakers, and has remarkable thermal behavior when paired with the aluminum alloy balance. I don’t have a doctorate in materials science, but if this is as impactful as TAG Heuer says, we can see the next generation of high-tech watchmaking probably here.
It seems that I have a pretty good handle on how to evaluate a watch at present. I’ve been engaged in this field for many years and know what things I should look for, the questions people are going to ask, and how to find out relatively complex mechanisms in a very short time in order to explain them to others. All of that said, it’s unnecessary to tell you whether this is a huge revolution in watchmaking or simply a fun little experiment that has produced a horological curiosity. Anyway it’s an extremely wonderful watch and I’m very excited to see it. At the same time, I always appreciate it when a manufacture decides to look into the future and bring it into focus themselves although many mechanical watchmaking is about looking back.