Tag Heuer Monza Series Calibre 36 Chronograph

Following the SILVERSTONE series launched last year, TAG Heuer and this year’s Baselworld Baselworld once again revive a watch named after the track-MONZA Monza. In early 2000, Monza was relaunched as a TAG Heuer classic retro collection and now has a complete collection. The watch is equipped with Calibre 6 and the chronograph is equipped with Calibre 17 or Calibre 36.

1933, 2003, 2011 TAG Heuer Monza Monza chronograph
 Now this classic series is back again with the launch of the new MONZA Calibre 36 chronograph. It will be reloaded in June this year. The new Monza Monza chronograph will be limited to 1911 pieces to commemorate the famous 1911 ‘Travel Time’ dashboard timing device.

 The watch uses a pillow-shaped case, blue hands with white surface, retro hands and Arabic hour markers, and a yellow-green Old Rhodium fluorescent coating to express a strong nostalgic style. Unlike the MONZA series in 2000, the brand’s LOGO at 12 o’clock in the new watch has once again returned to tradition, with only the word HEUER. The 38mm case is thickened. The case back also adopts a new design: a sapphire crystal transparent cover, engraved with the serial number & ldquo; N & deg; XXXX / 1911 & rdquo ;. The brown leather strap and folding clasp are embellished with the classic ‘HEUER’ shield badge.

 The new watch is equipped with Calibre 36 movement, the chronograph minute hand and small seconds dial are at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock respectively. The calendar window appears at 4:30.