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TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph

Mixing understated looks with advanced technology, the TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Chronograph ($3,900) celebrates the company's 150th anniversary in style. The new Carrera Calibre is powered by TAG's new Calibre 1887 chronograph movement, which uses 320 components to ensure accuracy and longevity. Features include a scratch-resistant sapphire back to allow for a good look at the movement, three separate counters on the face, a leather or metal band, and luminescent hour and minute hands. And just think: you can have it for 1887 easy payments of $2.07 (plus shipping and handling).

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