Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Foundation of the company

In 1860, Edouard Heuer establish its company called at that time  Uhrenmanufaktur Heuer AG in St-Imier, Switzerland. Later on, in 1867 the company moves to Biel, Switzerland. The production of Heuer first chronographs starts in 1882. Short time after that Heuer receives its first patent for a timer mechanism.

Additionally, in 1887 follows the invention of the oscillating pinion – still used today by more very well-known watch brands. Heuer sons, Charles-Auguste and Jules-Edouard Heuer, take over the management of the company in 1891 and  together continues their family legacy.

The First Board Chronograph

Notably, in 1911 Heuer presents its first board chronograph for vehicles – The “Time of Trip”. Then, in 1916, Heuer presents The “Micrograph”- registered for a patent as the world’s first stopwatch with a precision of 1/100 seconds.

At the Olympics of 1920 in Antwerp, Heuer becomes the official timekeeper. Similarly, in 1924 and 1928. In the meantime, Heuer becomes also the official timekeeper for numerous ski races.

Heuer developed the first board watches for racing cars in 1933. In the same year, Heuer launches the legendary stopwatch Autavia.  The model Solunar from 1949 is the first watch with tidal display. In 1950 follows another new developed model Mareograph-Seafarer , the world’s first chronograph with tide indicator and dial for regattas.

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Foundation of the company

In 1860, Edouard Heuer establish its company called at that time  Uhrenmanufaktur Heuer AG in St-Imier, Switzerland. Later on, in 1867 the company moves to Biel, Switzerland. The production of Heuer first chronographs starts in 1882. Short time after that Heuer receives its first patent for a timer mechanism.

Additionally, in 1887 follows the invention of the oscillating pinion – still used today by more very well-known watch brands. Heuer sons, Charles-Auguste and Jules-Edouard Heuer, take over the management of the company in 1891 and  together continues their family legacy.

The First Board Chronograph

Notably, in 1911 Heuer presents its first board chronograph for vehicles – The “Time of Trip”. Then, in 1916, Heuer presents The “Micrograph”- registered for a patent as the world’s first stopwatch with a precision of 1/100 seconds.

At the Olympics of 1920 in Antwerp, Heuer becomes the official timekeeper. Similarly, in 1924 and 1928. In the meantime, Heuer becomes also the official timekeeper for numerous ski races.

Heuer developed the first board watches for racing cars in 1933. In the same year, Heuer launches the legendary stopwatch Autavia.  The model Solunar from 1949 is the first watch with tidal display. In 1950 follows another new developed model Mareograph-Seafarer , the world’s first chronograph with tide indicator and dial for regattas.

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Tag Heuer Luxury Watches

Foundation of the company

In 1860, Edouard Heuer establish its company called at that time  Uhrenmanufaktur Heuer AG in St-Imier, Switzerland. Later on, in 1867 the company moves to Biel, Switzerland. The production of Heuer first chronographs starts in 1882. Short time after that Heuer receives its first patent for a timer mechanism.

Additionally, in 1887 follows the invention of the oscillating pinion – still used today by more very well-known watch brands. Heuer sons, Charles-Auguste and Jules-Edouard Heuer, take over the management of the company in 1891 and  together continues their family legacy.

The First Board Chronograph

Notably, in 1911 Heuer presents its first board chronograph for vehicles – The “Time of Trip”. Then, in 1916, Heuer presents The “Micrograph”- registered for a patent as the world’s first stopwatch with a precision of 1/100 seconds.

At the Olympics of 1920 in Antwerp, Heuer becomes the official timekeeper. Similarly, in 1924 and 1928. In the meantime, Heuer becomes also the official timekeeper for numerous ski races.

Heuer developed the first board watches for racing cars in 1933. In the same year, Heuer launches the legendary stopwatch Autavia.  The model Solunar from 1949 is the first watch with tidal display. In 1950 follows another new developed model Mareograph-Seafarer , the world’s first chronograph with tide indicator and dial for regattas.

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