Back in 2015, Tag released a skeletonized chronograph that paired a sporty design with a relatively affordable price tag that, the outfit claims, “redefined the notion of value for money.” This year, they’re releasing a smaller version of that timepiece in the form of the Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 43mm.
Like the original Carrera Heuer-01, the watch pairs a skeleton dial with a sapphire case back, so you can see the underlying automatic mechanism from both the front and rear sides. From out front, you can see the chronograph operating levers and the date disc in plain view, all while getting a view of the red column wheel, the chronograph bridge, and the black PVD weight from the window on the back.
The Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 43mm houses all that in a satin-finished steel case made up of 12 modular parts and a polished ceramic tachymeter bezel. To make sure they stand out on the skeletonized dial, all chrono functions are colored in a distinctive red shade as a nod to the world of motor racing, with the date set at an angled 3:30 position. Features include 100 meters of water resistance, Tag’s Heuer-01 movement (which boasts 50 hours of power reserve), and three colorways, namely black, navy, and brown.
Available now, the Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer-01 43mm is priced at $5,350.