TAG Heuer heads to Tokyo to introduce its fourth 50th anniversary limited edition Monaco


TAG Heuer took its ongoing 50th anniversary celebration for the Monaco chronograph to Tokyo this month, and unveiled the fourth in a series of five timepieces that take design cues from one of the five decades; in this case the noughties.

The limited edition, TAG says, captures the bold architecture and daring design codes of the decade from 1999 to 2009 with a monochrome interpretation of the famous square chrono in black and white.


White opaline seconds sub-dial and chronograph minutes counters stand out from the pitch-black background.

Red and orange accents add interest hour markers and the hour and minute hands.

The stainless steel watch comes on a perforated black calfskin strap with black lining and white stitching.

TAG Heuer is making 169 of the watches and, with all the previous 50th anniversary limited editions already sold out, is certain to be another collector’s favourite.

It goes on sale for €5,950.


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