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Inspired by legendary models and reinvented for a new generation of explorers, the new TAG Heuer Autavia is ready to accompany you on every escapade. Combining groundbreaking know-how with scientific prowess, TAG Heuer has developed a revolutionary piece of technology, the ISOGRAPH: a proprietary state-of-the-art oscillator featuring a carbon composite hairspring and tailor-made balance wheel for high chronometer precision.
The stainless-steel Autavia 42 mm threehand models feature the rounded first-generation Autavia case and bevelled lugs from the 1960s. A bi-directional rotating bezel with a 60-minute scale enhances the sporty look of the watch. The XL crown takes inspiration from pilot's watches and timers that used oversized crowns to make them easier to use while wearing gloves. The original Autavia was also known for being highly legible in any conditions, and this is also the case with the 2019 versions. The hour markers and hour, minute and seconds hands are coated in SuperLuminova, making it possible to read the time even when adventure leads you into the dark. The smoked dial has a date window at 6 o'clock. Suitable for any adventure or any style, the strap or bracelet of every model in the Autavia collection is interchangeable. A NATO strap is included in the watch box of the timepieces that are presented on a stainless-steel bracelet. The bracelet and strap are easy to switch at home using simple push buttons on the underside of the case – no tools are necessary.
Powering the Autavia three-hand timepieces is the chronometer-certified Calibre 5. The original Autavia was known for making use of the latest technology, and these models are no different. The new Autavia models feature the cutting-edge carbon-composite hairspring that the avant-garde watchmaker introduced earlier this year. The combination of the calibre and the carbon-composite hairspring gives every model in this collection Isograph distinction. The trademarked name comes from the Greek word iso, which means "equal", and refers to the stable and consistent movement of the component.
TAG Heuer is an extraordinary company which has continually revolutionized watchmaking since its creation back in 1860 by the young man, Edouard Heuer, aged just 20 years old. There have been major technical revolutions such as the oscillating pinion in 1887, aesthetic revolutions embodied in iconic models such as the TAG Heuer Carrera launched in 1963, and commercial revolutions that very quickly brought us legendary ambassadors such as Juan Manuel Fangio.
But what really sets TAG Heuer apart is the exceptional quality of its watches and chronographs, of which we as a company are immensely proud. Reliable and robust, these objects are a joy to own and wear, and they form part of our everyday lives. What more could a watch manufacturer ask for?