In anticipation of the upcoming motorsport events, Tag Heuer, the official time keeper for the Monaco GP in 2012 has unveiled four new timepieces.
These include two limited edition collections and recreating two special watches originally available only via Tag Heuer boutiques.
First, is the Monaco Calibre 12 ACM Limited Edition (CAW211K) created in collaboration with the Monaco Automobile Club. The watch sports a 39 mm black dial, an ACM logo, and will be limited to 1200 pieces.
Second in the collection is the Carrera Calibre 16 Day Date Monaco Grand Prix LE (CV2A1F) which is a part of the Carrera collection. Available in a sporty rubber strap or a stainless steel bracelet, the watch sports a 43 mm diameter stainless steel case and features contrasting bright red second’s hand. Only 3000 of these are up for grabs.
The third watch, Monaco Heuer Steve McQueen Calibre 11, has been made to honour Steve McQueen, who wore this particular piece in the 1971 Le Mans movie. In this revamp of a vintage model, you’ll notice bright white stripes on the dial and has been finished with a blue leather strap.
And finally there is the Monaco Twenty Four McQueen (CAL5111) watch which has a 40.5 mm diameter case and a curved glass top and runs on the Calibre 36.
All four watches can be purchased from Tag Heuer boutiques.
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