This watch doesn’t just look good but it said to be the fastest chronograph watch every built. The Tag Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 is capable of measuring 1/1000ths of a second which means that the internal mechanisms are moving back and forth 3.6 million times an hour. The chronograph hand rotates 10 times per second.
The watch has two Chronograph hands. The first green hand measures the 1/100th and 1/1000th of a second on the external scale. The second hand indicates elapsed minutes and 1/12s of a minute (i.e. 5 seconds).
The Mikrotimer movement is made up of 354 components and has a 43 hour-power reserve for the watch and 150 seconds for the chronograph.
With just 10 units being made initially, this watch is for those who thrive for exclusivity.