The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph was introduced at Baselworld 2019 when Autavia became a collection in its own right, with a range of models noted for their versatility, ruggedness, and reliability.

The TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph was introduced at Baselworld 2019 when Autavia became a collection in its own right, with a range of models noted for their versatility, ruggedness, and reliability.

The 42mm watch comes in stainless steel with a smoked dial and beveled lugs while the ceramic bezel with a 60-minute scale gives it a sporty feel.

Inspired by the design of the original dashboard clocks of Heuer’s early days, the new Autavia Isograph features a symmetrical and legible dial, 100 meters of water resistance, and an oversized crown which has been designed for use even while wearing gloves. Bold hour markers coated with SuperLuminova enable ease of legibility no matter what the lighting conditions.

TAG Heuer Autavia Isograph

The watch runs on the new chronometer-certified Calibre 5, with a state of the art carbon-composite hairspring, which is lightweight and low-density, making it antimagnetic and practically unaffected by gravity and shock.

The combination of the caliber and the carbon-composite hairspring gives every model in this collection an ‘Isograph’ distinction. The trademarked name comes from the Greek word iso meaning “equal” and refers to the stable and consistent movement of the component.

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