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Heuer Monza 40th Anniversary

TAG Heuer 2016

ref. CR2080.FC6375
Men's

In 1976, Jack Heuer, great-grandson of the brand's founder, designed a chronograph to celebrate Niki Lauda's first world championship title with Ferrari. The company was then Official Timekeeper for Scuderia, and it was the first time that Monza had appeared on the dial of a watch. This was a stylish design with its black cushion case and its pulsometer and tachymeter scales, along with red hands and counters. This anniversary reissue goes back to these roots. It revives the two scales, both linked to the chronograph, to measure heart rate and to convert time into speed. Hands and counters have the original colour codes, and the black case is again cushion-shaped. The one difference is that the case, previously in steel, is now in titanium and has a larger, 42-mm diameter. This Heuer Monza is driven by Calibre 17 on an ETA 2894 base.

Function

  • Function
    Hours, Minutes, Small seconds

Complications

  • Elapsed time measurement
    Double pusher chronograph
    Chronograph scales
  • Calendars
    Simple calendar

Movement

  • Movement name
    TAG Heuer Calibre 17
  • Energy supply
    Self-winding
  • N° of jewels
    37
  • Power reserve
    38 hours
  • Vibrations
    28800
  • Form
    Round
  • Height/thickness
    6.10 mm
  • Diameter
    28.60 mm

Case

  • Form
    Cushion
  • Material
    Grade 5 titanium coated with black titanium carbide
  • Maximum clear dimensions
    42.00 mm
  • Back
    Solid
  • Water-resistance
    100 m

Dial

  • Colour
    Black sunburst

Strap

  • Material
    Perforated calfskin
  • Colour
    Black
  • Fastening
    Pin buckle