The new Tag Heuer watch is set in a 43mm steel case. Square in shape, it portrays the brand’s acclaimed “Monaco” design.
Ticking inside the case is a groundbreaking “Mikrograph” movement - the first caliber capable of 1/100th second accuracy. The mechanism incorporates a rotor, marked with the “Only Watch 2011” engraving. It can be admired through a transparent display back.
The caliber animates an impressive array of functions, presented on the daring display. The sub-dial at 12 o’clock is a chronograph power reserve indicator. The counter at 3 o’clock ensures chronograph elapsed minutes. It is equipped with three hands (0/10/20), mounted on a rotating disc.
The watch elapsed seconds are shown in a counter at 9 o’clock. Completed with three hands (0/20/40), it is also mounted on a rotating disc.
The display of the new Tag Heuer Monaco Mikrograph watch also offers a chronograph elapsed seconds sub-dial, featured at 6 o’clock. It is equipped with a double-ended needle indicating 0-30 seconds on the outer counter; a large needle showing 31-60 seconds on the inner counter as well as a small needle.
The originality of the timepiece lies in a flying central hand, which displays the 100th of a second. The indication is read off from the inner sapphire disc, marked with 0-100. The other end of the flying central hand bears a "/100" engraving, laser-cut by hand.
The new Tag Heuer watch is teamed with a black perforated leather strap.
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