Swiss luxury watch maker TAG Heuer launches the CARRERA (39mm) Calibre 6, a COSC certified automatic timepiece sporting a vintage look and the iconic Heuer logo.
This new timepiece captures the heritage of Heuer, and gives it a unique and very modern twist. Its 39 mm case is an ideal choice for audacious men and women.
This new silver and blue three-hand piece, with a touch of red on the flange’s “60”, the Heuer logo and the second hand, looks like a colored tribute to the original 1963-Carrera design.
The blue small second counter matches the blue vintage perforated leather strap. The Heuer logo on the clasp of the strap personifies the style up to the tiniest details.
The silver, blue and red combination gives to this watch a very retro-trendy look. This timepiece is powered by the prestigious COSC-certified Calibre 6, with a power reserve of 44 hours and a beautiful decoration, “Côtes de Genève” on the oscillating mass and a TAG Heuer Swiss Made with the name of the calibre engravement. Eventually the glass box makes its look more airy, more pure, truly in this vintage inspiration.
Model: TAG Heuer CARRERA 39mm Calibre 6 C.O.S.C
Reference WV5111.FC6350: Silver dial, blue perforated leather strap
TAG Heuer Calibre 6 COSC certified, Automatic
Silver dial with “sunray” effect
Blue small second counter with “azurage” at 6 o’ clock
Hand-applied polished faceted indexes
Polished and faceted hour and minute hands with luminescent markers
Red small second counter’s hand
Printed vintage red Heuer logo
“CARRERA – CHRONOMETER” lettering on the dial
Blue flange with white printed minuterie
Angled date window at 6 o’clock
Case diameter: 39 mm
Polished steel case
Double anti-reflective curved scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Polished crown with raised polished Heuer shield
Fine-brushed and polished screw-in caseback with engraved vintage red Heuer logo
Water resistance: 100 meters
Blue perforated calfskin
Polished steel folding clasp with safety push-buttons
From March 2015 (ex La Chaux-de-Fonds)
Estimated Retail Price
Switzerland: 3’200 CHF
Europe: 2’750 EUR
North America: 3’500 USD
Japan (without tax): 350’000 JPY
Hong Kong: 28’200 HKD