TAG Heuer


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Reference CAW211U.FC6356

Commemorative Edition of 50 pieces

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Launched 50 years ago in 1969, the Heuer Monaco was the first square, water-resistant automatic chronograph wristwatch in Swiss watchmaking history. Named by Jack Heuer after the Monaco Grand Prix, the watch represented a complete break from the aesthetic codes of traditional watchmaking, with its large square case, metallic blue dial, bright red minute hand, domed plastic crystal and, most notably, its crown positioned on the left.


The Monaco housed the world’s first automatic chronograph movement, the ‘Chronomatic’ Calibre 11 and was notably worn by actor Steve McQueen in Le Mans and Swiss race driver, Jo Siffert. Since then, the “McQueen Monaco” and subsequent editions have become much-coveted watches among watch collectors and enthusiasts.


The TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 The Hour Glass Commemorative Edition boasts a 39 mm-wide black PVD steel case and bezel, distinctive beige opaline dial, red indexes with white SuperLuminova and a red lacquered central hand. Limited and numbered to 50.

What's included?
Watch, watch box, warranty card (2 years international) and a complimentary treated brown calfskin strap.

Technical Details


  • Material:

    Black PVD Steel

  • Glass:

    Sapphire crystal

  • Back:

    Black PVD steel screwed sapphire case back with special engraving

  • Diameter:

    39 mm

  • W/R:

    100 m


  • Calibre:

    Calibre 11

  • Movement Type:



  • Material:

    Beige opalin dial, Red indexes with white superluminova®

  • Hands:

    Black gold plated hour and minute hands with white superluminova®


  • Material:

    Perforated black calf skin strap

  • Buckle:

    Black PVD steel folding clasp with double safety push-buttons

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