Video: The Innovation Behind TAG Heuer’s Carbon Hairspring

Video: The Innovation Behind TAG Heuer’s Nanograph Carbon Hairspring

Watchonista sits down with Guy Semon and his team at TAG Heuer to learn about Isograph, the world's first carbon hairspring. 

By Watchonista

It isn’t every day that a new revolution in watchmaking occurs. Which is why we’re particularly excited about TAG Heuer’s Isograph technology. You can read more about this carbon composite hairspring HERE. Made in-house at the brand’s La Chaux-de-Fonds manufacture, we’re happy to give our readers the first look at this exciting technology. 

Watchonista’s video

With the help of Guy Semon (CEO, TAG Heuer Institute) and Jason Lund (Head of Nanotechnologies) we’re able to take a closer look at the making of Isograph and the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 02T Tourbillon Nanograph. Enjoy!

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