With the launch of its new Mikrotimer Flying 1000, TAG Heuer has begun the curtain of what it calls ‘Apollo Project’.
This watch can be accurate to 1 / 1000th of a second. Such speed and high frequency mean that its movement with a frequency of 500 Hz needs to hit 3.6 million times per hour, which is 10 times that of Mikrograph and 100 times that of EL Primero.
The black titanium carbide case has a silver crown.
TAG Heuer has two central counter hands. The first green central hand can perform accurate time measurement of 1/100 second and 1/1000 second. The second smaller center hand shows minutes and 1/12 minutes (eg 5 seconds).
Mikrotimer is equipped with the same movement as Mikrograph, with a frequency of 50 Hz, a dual movement component, 354 components, a 43-hour power reserve, and a 150-second timer (automatically obtains kinetic energy from the watch).