Here’s What The Future Of Watchmaking Looks Like

Throughout the history of watchmaking, the search for innovation has always been never-ending. And it’s no different in modern horology. All about building a better timepiece that’s lighter, stronger, more resistant to shocks, vibrations, gravity, temperature fluctuations and magnetism, watchmakers are achieving new levels of precision never seen before through meaningful innovations aimed to make users’ lives easier or incorporating new creative complications meant to surprise and enchant us. Here are two brands introducing revolutionary technology and research, which are set to disrupt the status quo.

Tag Heuer Carrera Caliber Heuer 02T Tourbillon Nanograph

A major development comes courtesy of Tag Heuer, which has invented and produced in-house a patented world-premiere technology that promises to drastically improve overall watch performance: a carbon-composite hairspring materialized from a gas atom by atom and fitted into the Heuer 02T chronometer-certified

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