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TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Year of the Rabbit - clock the speed of the hare
By SENATUS Editor | 29 December 2022

TAG Heuer is releasing a dedicated timepiece commemorating the year of the rabbit, TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph Year of the Rabbit.

Limited to only 500 pieces, the chronograph in stunning black, red and gold is refined yet sporty and infused with delicate symbols of the cunning and cute animal.

The color red, present in subtle touches throughout the piece represents luck, joy, passion and boldness since ancient times in China. Closely linked to the fire element, it is also the color of choice to adorn the most revered spaces and possessions.

Based on the 44-mm TAG Heuer Carrera Chronograph, the limited edition features an elegant steel case, deep black ceramic fixed bezel with tachymeter scale echoing its racing origins, and a custom designed dial.

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