Tag heuer monaco hinta

Tag heuer monaco hinta

Alkuperäistä kunnioittaen, tähän päivään tuotuna

Ensimmäinen TAG Heuer Monaco -rannekello julkaistiin jo vuonna 1969 Monaco Grand Prix -tapahtumassa. Vallankumouksellinen kellomalli järisytti kellomaailmaa, sillä se oli ensimmäinen automaattikronografi. Suureen suosioon Monaco nousi vuonna 1971, Steve McQueenin käyttäessä sitä elokuvassa Le Mans. Edelleen saman neliskanttisen muotoilun omaava kellomalli nauttii suosiotaan erityisesti kelloharrastajien keskuudessa.

Tilaa uutiskirjeemme ja saat 15% alennuksen seuraavasta tilauksesta

Tilaa uutiskirjeemme ja saat 15% alennuksen seuraavasta tilauksesta

Tänä päivänä TAG Heuer on yksi maailman tunnetuimmista laatukellojen valmistajista. Tunnetuimmat TAG Heuer -kellot ovat Monaco ja Carrera -tuoteperheiden kellomallit. Klassisen tyylikkäät TAG Heuer -kellot ovat mallista riippuen joko klassisen pelkistettyjä, futuristisia tai ylellisen näyttäviä.

TAG Heuer watches – the epitome of sporty elegance

TAG Heuer watches – the epitome of sporty elegance

The Tag Heuer Monaco, an indomitable force in the world of fine watch making, was initially styled in 1969 to honour the Monaco Grand prix, the Formula One motor race held each year at the Circuit de Monaco. This watch rewrote history by introducing specifications the world had not imagined yet. It became the first square cased water resistant watch to be designed that held a chronograph. Driven by the celebrated chronomatic calibre 11, it also won accolades for being the initiator of automatic square cased chronograph timepieces.

TAG Heuer Monaco Price in Malaysia August 2020

TAG Heuer Monaco Price in Malaysia August 2020

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The TAG Heuer Monaco 1979-1989 Limited Edition

The TAG Heuer Monaco 1979-1989 Limited Edition

At Baselworld 2015, TAG Heuer quietly launched what we are looking at today, the TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 Reference CAW211P, and other than few truly very minor differences, it allows Heuer Monaco fans to get a taste of owning the original – at around half the price of what that 1,000-piece limited edition cost before selling out like hot cakes in 2009.

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Racing Chronograph

TAG Heuer Carrera Calibre 1887 Racing Chronograph

Tilaamalla uutiskirjeemme, saat meiltä kuumimmat kellouutiset ja rahanarvoisia tarjouksia sähköpostiisi. Uutisia kannattaa muutenkin seurata ahkerasti, sillä uutiskirjeidemme mukana saat uutisten lisäksi ensimmäisenä nauttimaan kampanjaeduistamme ennen muita.

A (Very) Brief History Of The Tag Heuer Monaco

A (Very) Brief History Of The Tag Heuer Monaco

Looking at the name, it’s not hard to guess the origin of the Heuer Monaco. It becomes even easier when you take into account TAG Heuer’s rich history with motorsport. But the story is a more interesting than that. In the 1960’s, Jack Heuer was the Managing Director of Heuer. The company his great-grandfather had founded 100 years earlier. Automatic movements were already very popular. But there was no such thing as an automatic chronograph movement. Not yet anyway. Jack saw this as a unique opportunity.

Heuer. A stainless steel manual wind chronograph bracelet watch

Its optics and case form have always been exceptionally unique. The Monaco is a watch that packs a lot of history in its punch. It was one of the first chronographs with an automatic winding mechanism, the first chronograph with a micro-rotor, the first automatic chronograph with a module structure, and the first water resistant wristwatch with a quadratic form. Above all else, the Monaco symbolizes a lifestyle, that’s been influenced by both the racetrack speed devils and the playboys of past days.

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Equipped with the innovative Calibre 11 automatic chronograph movement, the Monaco easily demonstrates the technical expertise of TAG Heuer. Presented at the top of the dial is the “Chronomatic” lettering, which is a combination of the movement’s name: Chronograph and Automatic. At the bottom of the dial, wearers can find “Monaco” lettering inscribed. The shape of the watch stands out with an uncommon square case along with two pushers placed at the 2 and 4 o’clock markers. Furthermore, a handy date display can be found at the 6 o’clock marker.