Swiss pioneer watchmaking brand TAG Heuer has launched a Carrera series (Carrera) date-type Plasma pioneer diamond watch set with yellow diamonds. This groundbreaking timepiece is set with 4.8 carats of laboratory-grown diamonds. , including the stunning 1.4-carat yellow Diamant d’Avant-Garde diamond.
This is the second lab-grown colored diamond created by the watchmaker, and TAG Heuer continues to drive innovation at a high pace. The predecessor of the new watch, the TAG Heuer Carrera Series Date Plasma Pioneer Diamond Watch set with pink diamonds, attracted a lot of attention at the 2023 “Watches and Wonders” Geneva Haute Horlogerie Show (Watches and Wonders). Introducing yellow diamonds into the Pioneer Diamond Watch Collection demonstrates TAG Heuer’s commitment to innovation and adds variety and a splash of color to TAG Heuer’s timepieces. Luxury replica watches.
The core of this pioneering work is TAG Heuer’s revolutionary Plasma technology, which makes the growth process of laboratory-grown diamonds more refined and sensitive. The exquisite diamonds, with a total weight of 4.8 carats, fully demonstrate the brand’s mastery of this marvelous technology and TAG Heuer’s ability to break through creative boundaries and create disruptive designs continuously.
Diamonds are composed of regularly arranged carbon atoms. A flawless diamond is colorless, and its carbon atom arrangement often has almost no defects. To obtain colored diamonds, this perfect arrangement needs to be disrupted in a controlled way.
This intentional destruction may include adding atoms of different elements or introducing unique features, such as the absence of certain carbon atoms. This Chemical Vapor Deposition process, known at TAG Heuer as Plasma technology, provides a unique opportunity to induce these changes during the diamond’s growth stage. What’s unique about this cutting-edge approach is that this controlled disorder can be performed in a fully controlled environment, resulting in high-quality lab-grown diamonds. Tag Heuer replica watches.
Crucially, Plasma technology ensures uniform color throughout the diamond and homogeneity of the entire diamond structure. Technical expertise is essential to master this complex process and consistently reproduce specific colors in series production.
The new TAG Heuer Carrera Series Date Plasma Pioneer Diamond Watch set with yellow diamonds uses a 36 mm case made of white gold. Its iconic diamond crown is made of a laboratory-grown yellow diamond weighing 1.3 carats, a miracle of gem-cutting technology.
The watch also features a shield-shaped Pioneer Diamond, elegantly adorning a polycrystalline diamond dial. This groundbreaking dial is achieved by growing many diamond crystals into one, creating a single diamond entity. Create stunning reflections and light effects. This is just one of the many innovative applications of Plasma technology, which has also been used in previous TAG Heuer Carrera series Plasma Pioneer Diamond Watches. This 2.9-carat polycrystal dial is decorated with 12 white gold hour markers and is set with 0.5-carat white baguette-cut laboratory-grown diamonds. The hour and minute hands are hollowed out, and the Swiss pioneer watchmaking brand placed an iconic shield-cut yellow lab-grown diamond at noon, just below the Carrera series dial logo.
The TAG Heuer Caliber 7 self-winding movement equipped with the watch is visible through the sapphire case back.
TAG Heuer once again demonstrated its innovative strength in luxury watches at LVMH Watch Week and continued redefining the boundaries of complexity, sophistication, and fashion style. Every “tick” of a TAG Heuer watch beckons watch enthusiasts to embrace extraordinary creations and set a new standard in laboratory-grown diamonds.