Power reserve of about 38 hours
The swiss made Calibre 5 Day-Date movement has a power reserve of about 38 hours. It is wound by an automatic winding system. The balance oscillates at 28,800 vibrations per hour. Swiss made stands for a seal of quality and enjoys a high international reputation. Watches that are swiss made are subjected to strict technical controls, which are subject to the applicable standards. In addition to displaying hours, minutes and seconds, the TAG Heuer Calibre 5 Day-Date also displays the day of the week and the date. The date can be corrected quickly and seconds can be stopped.
Numerous innovations in the watch industry thanks to TAG Heuer
TAG Heuer is a renowned Swiss watch manufacturer with over 150 years of history. During this time, the company has continued to grow and, thanks to the growing knowledge of watch technicians, has been able to register numerous innovations and patents in the watch industry. The brand stands for a high degree of precision and performance. TAG Heuer was founded in 1860 by the Swiss watchmaker Edouard Heuer in Saint-Imier. The first patent for a stopwatch mechanism was registered by the manufactory in 1882. In 2005, the first mechanical wristwatch chronograph with a measurement accuracy of one hundredth of a second was produced.