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Heuer CARRERA MIKROGRAPH 1/100th of a Second Chronograph What makes this timepiece different

  • Mikrograph

    First chronograph with a central 100th-of-a-second hand turning one revolution per second and 100 jumps per second (3 times faster than on the historical Heuer model). There is no visible tremor during rotation.

  • Mikrograph

    Dual control system: one for chronograph functions and one for setting watch time. It’s the first 100th of a second wrist-worn stopwatch. The two balance wheels (4Hz clock and 50Hz chronograph) are visible through the open case back.

  • Mikrograph

    Unlike a conventional chronograph, the time base is not dependent on the watch (hence the name “stopwatch”). Chronograph functions can be start or stopped independently of watch functions.

  • Mikrograph

    Automatic winding of the watch by means of a circular oscillating weight. Chronograph winding is done manually (once is 90-minute power reserve is depleted). Winding the chronograph also winds the watch : both barrels are wound at the same time.

Mikrograph Key Arguments

  • Mikrograph

    Extremely easy-to-read chronograph scale on the outside edge of the dial indicating tenths and hundreds of a second.

  • Mikrograph

    Chronograph power reserve at 12 o'clock. The 90-minute-power reserve (indicator) is independent of the watch’s (two separated barrels). 42-hour power reserve for the watch.

  • Mikrograph

    Chronograph second counter and date at 6 o'clock.

  • Mikrograph

    Chronograph minute counter at 3 o'clock.

  • Mikrograph

    Small seconds counter at 9 o'clock.