Introducing the TAG Heuer x fragment design Carrera Heuer 02

Hiroshi Fujiwara revives the ref. 2447 NT.

A Japanese designer who founded cult streetwear label Fragment Design, Hiroshi Fujiwara is also a vintage watch aficionado (who sometimes shares his watches on Instagram). Mr Fujiwara has just worked with TAG Heuer to bring back the 1960s Carrera ref. 2447 NT in a 500-piece limited edition.

A relatively uncommon variant of the vintage Carrera, the ref. 2447 NT – “N” is short for noir, or black, while “T” is for tachymetre – has been reproduced in a fairly faithful manner as the Carrera Heuer 02 by Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara.

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The dial is black-on-black with a tachymetric scale, along a white outer seconds track, while the fragment design logo is unobtrusively placed at both 12 o’clock and five o’clock. And naturally the Super-Luminova on the dial and ivory is a faux-vintage ivory tone.

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TAG Heuer Carrera Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara 2

The polished steel case is 39mm in diameter, larger than the 36mm original but still compact by modern standards, and small enough for a vintage feel in the hand.

Inside the Calibre Heuer 02, an in-house automatic movement with an integrated chronograph mechanism that relies on both a column wheel and vertical clutch. It has an 80-hour power reserve.

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The movement is visible through the sapphire case back, which also has the fragment design double lighting bolt logo printed on its underside.

The watch is delivered on both a crocodile “Bund” style strap as well as a black and grey fabric NATO-style strap.

Price and availability

Limited to 500 consecutively numbered watches, the Carrera Heuer 02 by Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara (ref. CBK221A.EB0171) is priced at US$8100 and is available at TAG Heuer boutiques but also on


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