Swiss watchmaker, TAG Heuer, introduced Monaco Heuer Calibre 12 Chronograph Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM) Black Edition model, which is based on Monaco Black model from the 1970.
Monaco Heuer ACM comes in a square steel case with a diameter of 39mm, coated with black titanium carbide. The mechanism that drives the watch is the TAG Heuer Calibre 12, which is actually a ETA 2892 with Dubois Depraz chrono module.
The buttons on the case and crown are made of stainless steel, sapphire glass, and covered with tinted sapphire crystal. Declared water resistance is 100m. This model comes in black holes, so-called. “racing” leather strap with signed buckle overlapping.
It will be available from June in TAG Heuer boutiques around the world, at a cost of $8,200.