Tag Heuer Monaco Men’s Club Japanese Watch

Needless to say, Monaco is one of Tag Heuer’s most iconic and recognizable watches. In 1969 as a tribute to the Monaco Grand Prix, Monaco is also important in history because it is the first square timer and one of the earliest automatic chronograph watches. After that, he developed the world’s first automatic chronograph in cooperation with Breitlin, Burren, Hamilton, and Dubova Deepas. Over the years, TAG Heuer Replica Watches has launched limited edition Monaco watches for various occasions and partners. The latest limited edition Monaco watch is the TAG Heuer Monaco Men’s Club Japan Watch.

This special watch is designed for the Japanese men’s club, a long-term male magazine in Japan. The Men’s Club dates back to 1954, making it one of Japan’s oldest men’s fashion magazines. To celebrate their longevity, the Men’s Club teamed up with Cheap TAG Heuer Replica Watches to create a limited edition of Monaco.

This unique color, according to the Fake TAG Heuer Watches spec sheet, is milky white and green. For me, it looks more like olive green. It is a square stainless steel case with a size of 39 mm, two timers on the right side of the steel case and a crown on the left, just like TAG Heuer’s new Monaco Calibre 11. One of the interesting things about Monaco is that its inlaid sapphire crystals are very steep from the box and give the watch a more retro look and feel. Water resistance is 1 meter, which should be the minimum for sports watches.

The dial is olive green (I insist) and there are two silver cash registers at 3 and 9 o’clock. The 3 o’clock registration form shows the running time, while the 9 o’clock registration is a timed 30-minute counter. The hands of both registers are black paint. Both the hour and minute hands are done using batons, with red tips, and filled with glowing materials in the dark to help identify. The stopwatch seconds hand is presented in bold red paint that matches the red dial used for the timing mark. At 6 o’clock, you have a good date window. To complement the watch, the Monaco Men’s Club Japan Watch comes with a matching holed olive-green leather belt and bright red lining.

The internal movement is TAG Heuer’s Calibre 11, which is also used by Best TAG Heuer Replica Watches on other similar Monaco watches. It is a self-winding chronograph movement that provides about 40 hours of energy reserve and beats at 4Hz. It uses a base ETA-2892 or Sellita SW300 and then adds a timing module to Dubois-Depraz. This sport can be seen through a sapphire display, and its price looks pretty good. You will find a large number of perlage and Cotes de Geneve applications on bridges and partially skeletonized rotors.

Because of its square shell and bold design, the TAG Heuer Monaco has always been a very eye-catching watch, and this new Monaco Men’s Club Japanese watch may be more eye-catching because of its distinctive green dial. I prefer green, more vivid colors, but I believe there will be fans of this color. This watch is limited to Japan and produces only 100 pieces, which will make it more attractive. Tag Heuer Monaco Men’s Club Japan Watch sells for ¥675,000 or 6050 Swiss francs.