It's priced like many of its contemporaries. But most of them don't have tourbillions. The Tag Heuer Carrera Heuer-02T Watch combines a COSC-certified automatic chronograph with a titanium and carbon fiber tourbillion, creating a complex, reliable, and desirable timepiece. Built on the back of Tag's short-lived CH-80 chronograph, it offers a 65 hour power reserve and has a skeleton dial with chrono sub-dials at 9 and 3 o'clock, the movement at 6, and the tourbillion at 6, all housed in a sporty 45mm case of grade 5 titanium offering 100 meters of water resistance. It comes with a black rubber strap and is available in two versions: a standard model with silver accents, and a murdered out Black Phantom model that's limited to just 250 pieces.
Having crafted their first openworked timepiece in the 1920s, Audemars Piguet has had a long time to perfect the art — almost as long as it takes to say the full name of the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Tourbillon Extra-Thin Openworked Watch. Now available in yellow gold in addition to platinum, it's powered by a highly-visible, hand-finished movement with a 70-hour power reserve, placed in vertical alignment with the tourbillion. Measuring 41mm across, the case is slightly thicker than the 4.46mm movement, and comes attached to a matching yellow gold bracelet.