For the fourth time this full year, TAG Heuer is launching a limited-edition model in the commemorative quintet series celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Monaco series. This latest model is inspired by the time between 1999 and 2009, and occurs the pumps of the 1989-1999, 1979-1989, and 1969-1979 models, each released previously in summer time 2019. Label Heuer has been releasing each one of these pieces in symbolic locations and, because of this model, chose Japan. The brand argues the national country and its modern design schools are reflective of a traditionally-inspired contemporary style, and believes this an ethos this latest Monaco shares.
TAG Heuer Monaco 1999-2009 LE – front
Label Heuer Monaco 1999-2009 Small Edition, limited to 169 pieces
The 1999-2009 model runs on the 39-mm square metal case,
Contrasting minute band with accented hour markers, and sweeping over the real face and classic Heuer logo design are two red-tipped sword hands accented with Super-LumiNova, plus a complementary, simple red chronograph mere seconds hands.
TAG Heuer Monaco 1999-2009 LE – angle
The pushers on the crown and right on the remaining are vintage Monaco design elements.
Inside this special release is the modern Caliber 11 movement. bringing a Buren micro-rotor base movement with a Dubois-Dépraz chronograph module together. As a total result of this mixture, the crown would have to be placed reverse the chronograph pushers; The brand new watch shall be limited by 169 items, and can retail at $6,550.
Label Heuer Monaco 1999-2009 LE – dial CU
We have now anxiously await the final and fifth edition of the 50th anniversary Monaco series. If the prior models are any indicator, both in conditions of technical developments and because of its strong neo-vintage affects. Might we visit a futuristic Monaco in chromium, whatever the historical brand chooses, it shall surely end up being a substantial addition to the collection in this anniversary 12 months.