TAG Heuer has revealed the Carrera Mikrograph Avant-Garde 1/100th Second.
"With the new TAG Heuer Carrera Mikrograph Avant-Garde 1/100th Second, TAG Heuer continue to explore the concept of the dual chain launched in January 2011," the brand says. "This technology allows, in an integrated mechanical movement, the elimination of cross-interference between the watch and the chronograph, and paves the way for an authentic dual-certification timepiece."
The innovation combines two assortments beating at 28,800 and 360,000 beats/hour respectively, and the independence of its normal speed and high speed watchmaking chains offers "unrivalled precision and chronometry".
The timepiece has a 45 mm titanium case with black titanium carbide coating, and comes with a hand sewn black alligator strap. The crown, push buttons and horns are in 18k solid rose gold, as are the hand applied arabic numerals, and the hour, minute and small second hands. The dial is black, with a fine brushed anthracite internal section and three counters. A date window is positioned at 6 o'clock.