TAG Heuer has released the fifth of five restricted edition Monaco timepieces – every one inspired by the various decades from 1969 to 2019 – made to commend the 50th Anniversary of the Monaco.
An accolade for the 2010s style, the Monaco Caliber 11 50th Anniversary 2010’s Special Edition features a charcoal sunray dial with silver and red touches and two rhodium-plated sunray sub-dials at 3 and 9 o’clock, all around ensured by an inclined and slightly domed sapphire crystal with an enemy of intelligent covering.
The distinctive 39 mm x 39 mm stainless steel square case is portrayed by calculated chronograph buttons on the correct side and the crown on the left – a capricious component that has distinguished the Monaco in the course of recent years. At the point when the watch was initially presented, the crown was positioned on the left to comment that the watch didn’t require winding thanks to its programmed development.
The caseback is engraved with the “Monaco Heuer” logo as well as “2009-2019 Special Edition” and “One of 169”. The watch is water resistant to 100 meters/330 feet.
This Monaco model is fueled by the programmed Caliber 11 development beating at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vibrations each hour) and ensuring a 40-hour power reserve.
Coordinated to a dark calfskin strap with dim coating and restricted to 169 watches, the TAG Heuer Monaco Caliber 11 50th Anniversary 2010’s Special Edition ref. CAW211Z.FC6470 has a cost of Swiss Francs 6,400. tagheuer.com
Discover the other Monaco 50th Anniversary restricted editions:
– 1970’s Special Edition
– 1980’s Special Edition
– 1990’s Special Edition
– 2000’s Special Edition
– The history of the TAG Heuer Monaco