Monday 26 September, 2011 - 12:00 PM EDT
This timepiece uses TAG Heuer’s in-house Mikrograph 1/100th movement in a special Monaco case and dial. This new case is more rounded that the re-edition-style case, losing some of the sharper edges. The other major change is the new pusher design, which sit much squarer on the case than the angled pushers of the Calibre 12 Monaco.
At the back of the watch is a Sapphire caseback to show off the movement, the highlight being the dual assortments- one powering the watch, and the other the Chronograph. We can also cal to attention the leather strap, as opposed to the usual alligator one, and a much bigger case, going from 39 mm to 43mm, and yet with a slimmer case than the Monaco 24.
And to finalise the package design, this incredible timepiece is presented in a box designed by south African artist Paul do Toit.
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