Tag Heuer Monaco

TAG Heuer - the brand of luxury watches - was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer. What excites lovers of these watches is their reliable, robust quality and exceptional design of the models. An outstanding example of its kind is the TAG Heuer Monaco. It was the first square automatic chronograph in the world and soon gained world fame when worn on the wrist of actor Steve McQueen. He wore the TAG Heuer Monaco in the cult film "Le Mans" and made it a legend. Today's Monaco collection recalls the spectacular role models of his time while setting new standards. With the TAG Heuer Monaco V4, the company launches the world's first belt-driven timepiece. The TAG Heuer Monaco collection includes the Calibre 12 automatic chronograph - Steve MacQueen's legendary watch, the Calibre 12 and 24 Calibre 36 automatic chronograph and Calibre 12 LS. In addition, the Monaco collection includes the Monaco Calibre 6 and Calibre 6 full black self-winding watches.

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TAG Heuer Monaco Twenty for McQueen Calibre 36

This TAG Heuer Monaco automatic chronograph was released for the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix. The square Monaco Twenty for McQueen Calibre 36 is a new edition that commemorates the actor Steve McQueen. It was he who made the TAG Heuer a legend. For he wore the original version in his legendary racing film "Le Mans". Today, the TAG Heuer Monaco has long been a classic that luxury watch lovers appreciate. The men's watch from the Monaco series has a matte and polished case with a diameter of 40.4 mm. The fact that the TAG Heuer Monaco Twenty for McQueen Calibre 36 is a real eye-catcher is due to its square shape and blue dial. This makes the watch stand out at first glance. The finely brushed dial is broken up by two gray vertical stripes. Overall, the dial is clearly arranged and allows you to read the time and date at a glance. A caliber 36 movement has been installed inside the timepiece. Those who are interested in this luxury model can wear the TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic Chronograph both on land and on water. After all, the TAG Heuer Monaco Twenty for McQueen Calibre 36 is water resistant up to 100 meters.

Tag Heuer Monaco Automatic Watch Calibre 6 Full Black

The TAG Heuer company has succeeded in creating a distinctly masculine watch with the TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic Calibre 6 Full Black. Those who like such watches should definitely grab this. The robust self-winding watch looks like a typical Monaco from the outside, but inside a new clockwork is running. The titanium carbide-coated case, the black dial and the black counters with opalescent effect are also beautiful. The matching leather strap has red details and cuts a decidedly fine figure on the wrist. To make the time and date easy to read, the minute and hour hands have been provided with luminous markers. The date window can be found at three o'clock. The red second hand, which breaks up the overall black appearance, is striking. Inside the watch operates an automatic movement TAG Heuer Calibre 6, Swiss Made.

TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic Chronograph Calibre 12 LS

This automatic chronograph Calibre 12, based on the design of the Monaco V4, has a special feature: it is equipped with the innovative Linear System (LS). This presents the running seconds on a horizontal display at three o'clock. Like all Tag Heuer watches, the TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic Chronograph Calibre 12 LS is equipped with sapphire crystal - in this case, it is rounded and beveled, just like the famous Monaco V4 model. The design of the crown is also based on the original series. The luminous hands and luminous indices, which are applied by hand, ensure good readability in the dark and also under water - the TAG Heuer Monaco Automatic Chronograph is water-resistant to 100 meters. The black dial features red accents and perfectly matches the matching stainless steel bracelet. This TAG Heuer Monaco luxury watch is the perfect companion for everyday wear, leisure and sports.