Swiss watch giant TAG Heuer, a brand that I have both lauded (many times) and scorned (many times) over the years, will soon release the new Monaco Vintage Chronograph (Ref CAW211B.FC6241), a re-issue of the grey 1133G Heuer circa 1973. According to Calibre11.com, the leading TAG Heuer specialty-blog and friend of Perpetuelle, the Monaco Vintage is “basically a grey version of the 40th Anniversary Monaco released last year, with two important differences. Firstly, the case of the Monaco Vintage is finished in a subtle charcoal stainless steel and secondly, the Monaco Vintage will sell for almost half the price.” Click through to see Calibre11.com’s excellent review of the forthcoming Monaco Vintage Chronograph, including in-the-metal pics and a nice comparison to the 40th Anniversary Monaco. Then stay tuned for your chance to pick up one of the 1,860 pieces that will be produced at a price of $5,200 US apiece.
TAG Heuer Monaco Vintage Chronograph
Limited Edition of 1,860 pieces