TAG Heuer Monaco

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The original model of the "Monaco" from 1969
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TAG Heuer Monaco Steve McQueen Edition (1998)
© TAG Heuer

The Monaco is a chronograph by TAG Heuer.

In the course of return to their classics TAG Heuer brought out this legendary sports chronograph in 1998 as a second model of the series Classics. It is the re-edition of the 1969 launched watch, worn by Steve McQueen in his legendary film Le Mans from 1970. The current model is driven by the self-winding movement TAG Heuer Calibre 17 (basis ETA 2894-2).

Reference:

CW2113.FC6183

Movement:

TAG Heuer Calibre 17 (basis ETA 2894-2)
Automatic chronograph
Power reserve 42 h

Case:

Stainless steel satin-finished/polished or 18ct gold
Dimensions 40.4 mm x 38 mm, H 13 mm
Domed plexiglass
Screw-in caseback, satin-finished and polished
Waterproof to 30 m

Dial:

Blue with luminous hands and indexes
Date indication
Chrono function

Bracelet:

Blue leather strap with croco print and folding clasp

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