TAG Heuer Monaco Chronographs Gets Skeletonized to Celebrate 80th Monaco Grand Prix

With connections to the Monaco Grand Prix and the Indy 500, the iconic square-shaped TAG Heuer Monaco has been a prestigious racing emblem since 1969. And now, celebrating the 80th Monaco Grand Prix, the Swiss watchmaker just unveiled the three additions to the TAG Heuer Monaco line.

The TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph Original Blue, reference CBL2182.FT6236, features a blue sandblasted skeleton dial, a tribute to the first-ever TAG Heuer Monaco, as well as red and white highlights. It has a blue embossed leather and rubber strap and retails for $10,750.

Next up, the TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph Racing Red, reference CBL2183.FT6236, takes its inspiration from the emblematic sparks of F1 race cars and features a black sandblasted dial with red and white highlights. It retails for $10,750.

Finally, the TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph Luminous Turquoise, reference CBL2184.FT6236, features a black sandblasted dial with black DLC sandblasted titanium and luminous turquoise accents, and red highlights, and retails for $11,250.

All three watches feature Super-LumiNova treated hands, indexes and date windows, sandblasted titanium Grade 2 39 mm case, an embossed rubber and calfskin leather strap, folding clasp, double safety push-buttons, and powered by the Caliber HEUER 02 Automatic, visible through the sapphire caseback. It has 33 jewels, 80 hours of power reserve, and 100 meters of water resistance.All three new TAG Heuer Monaco Chronograph models are available now from the TAG Heuer website and boutiques worldwide.


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