TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36 Limited Edition

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TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36 Limited Edition
© TAG Heuer
Original model of the Heuer Monza, 1933
© TAG Heuer

Monza Calibre 36 Limited Edition 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 Monza Calibre 36 presented in 2001 by TAG Heuer was 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) had been used.

The model "Monza Calibre 36 Limited Edition", pictured here and presented in June 2011, has the same movement Calibre 36. This time, the re-edition has a dial with white arabic luminous numerals in historic style. The limitation is 1911 pieces. This number is a tribute to the "Time of Trip" board chronograph of 1911.

Reference:

CR5112.FC6290

Movement:

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

Case:

Stainless steel, polished and brushed
Ø 38 mm
Sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment
Screw-in back with sapphire crystal sighting window
Waterproof to 10 atm

Dial:

White with arabic luminszierenden numerals in historic style
Luminous hands

Functions:

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

Bracelet:

Brown alligator leather strap with safety folding clasp

Limited edition:

1911 pieces