TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36

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TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36
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TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36 black
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Monza Calibre 36 is a chronograph by TAG Heuer.

The history of the model "Monza", which has already begun in 1930, is documented in detail in this article: Heuer Monza.

The model presented in 2001 by TAG Heuer and dealt with here, is a re-edition of the chronograph, which had also been equipped with a cushion-shaped case like the original model (not the successor model of the 1970 years). In the re-edition the automatic chronograph movement Calibre 36 (base Zenith El Primero) has been used. Versions with black and with silvered dial have been offered.

Reference:

CR5110.FC6175 black
CR5111.FC6176 silver

Movement:

Self-winding chronograph, TAG Heuer Calibre 36 (base Zenith 400), 36,000 A/h
31 jewels
Power reserve 55 h

Case:

Stainless steel, brushed
Ø 39.5 mm, H 13 mm
Sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment
Screw-in back with sapphire crystal sighting window
Waterproof to 5 atm

Dial:

Black or silver, both guilloché
Luminous hands

Functions:

Hours, minutes, small seconds, date
Chrono function with accuracy of 1/10th of a second

Bracelet:

Brown or black alligator leather strap with safety folding clasp