TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre Heuer 01 Skeleton Ceramic 2021 Unworn



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Listed 3 years ago

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Limited Editions 247

London, GB




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Seller typeTrade
Reference numberCAR2090.FT6124
ScopeWatch, box and original papers
Case materialCeramic
Bracelet materialLeather
WarrantyJuly 2023
Water resistance10 ATM


An unworn gentleman’s Ceramic Tag Heuer Carrera 01 Skeleton dial watch. This particular watch was originally purchased in July 2021 and benefits from being covered by the remainder of Tag Heuer’s manufacturer warranty until July 2023.  Additionally, it is complete with all relevant paperwork and the original box.

The Tag Heuer Carrera collection, inspired by the famous Carrera Pan-Americana auto race, pays tribute to the competitive, risk-taking nature of motor racing. First created in 1963, these timepieces reflect a fashionable, thrilling need for speed whilst offering reliable robust performance. For those who play hard and demand the best.

Presented on a smart brown leather strap, this Carrera timepiece is housed by a robust 43mm matte black ceramic case and is framed by a coordinating fixed bezel showcasing a tachymeter scale.

Set beneath a domed sapphire crystal glass with an anti-reflective treatment, the eye-catching black skeleton dial is enhanced by a date display window, three chronograph sub-dials and luminescent rhodium-plated hands and hour markers.

Driven by a powerful Calibre Heuer 01 automatic movement, this high-performance watch provides a 50-hour power reserve and is water-resistant up to 100 metres.


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You will be liable for any taxes/duties/import charges that your country may impose.

Returns – Any costs involved with a return must be paid for by the buyer. This can include shipping, relevant insurance, import/tax/customs charges. The watch must be returned with all associated items it was sent with and in the same condition, it was received.

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