Today we will be taking a look at the various
TAG Heuer special edition watches. For over 150 years, TAG Heuer has set the benchmark as a manufacturer of high-quality timepieces. One of TAG Heuer's renowned collections,
Monaco was originally known as Heuer Monaco. Its collection of automatic chronograph watches was
built in honour of the 1969 Monaco Grand Prix Formula One motor race. The production of this Monaco watch model ceased in the mid-1970s. Nevertheless, it relaunched with a new design in 1998 and went through another upgrade with completely new mechanisms in 2003. Some of the famous TAG Heuer watches in the Monaco
collection include the Monaco 1133, 1533 and 73633. Each of them having their own distinguishing features that grab a watch collector’s attention. First off, we will be taking a look at The TAG Heuer Monaco Gulf 2018 Special Edition watch.
This is a bold and colourful variant of the former 2015 TAG Heuer Monaco Calibre 11 “Steve McQueen” watch. The new watch features an exemplary 39mm by 39mm square-shaped case and a dial face with two contrasting stripes of blue and vivid orange. Additionally, this watch features a modern movement that is based on ETA. The sapphire crystal on its see-through case back also makes its operations visible. The Gulf logo sits above the date window at
the 6 o’clock position. The hands along with the 5-minute markers use bright red lacquer to further showcase the “Gulf-inspiration.” Finally, a blue leather strap with orange stitching gives the watch a complete finish. Another eye-catching model from the brand is the
TAG Heuer Formula 1 Gulf Special Edition.
It is a sports watch with a dynamic sporty design that holds strong performance capabilities. You will find silver tone luminous hands and index hour markers with minute markers around the outer rim along with 3 white sub-dials. Undoubtedly, the racing watch model is TAG Heuer's proof of a strong connection with the world of motorsports. Next, the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph model comes with a perforated black rubber strap. Its black titanium carbide coated bezel and stainless steel lugs are just as impeccable. The metallic-raised tachymeter scale adds more detail to the design. In addition, the semi-matte black chronograph pushers on the watch give it an ideal look against the brushed stainless steel 43mm case. This model also features stainless steel luminous hour markers and holds three sub-dials at the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions.
A date window is visible as well at the 4 o'clock position. The TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph can also be found with with a metal strap instead of a rubber one. Besides a stainless steel bracelet with a folding clasp and a safety latch, these two watches share all the same features. Its stainless steel bracelet goes well with its 43mm-wide case size. The final TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph model features additional colour alongside the blue dial. The hour markers are designed with stainless steel and a luminescent orange colour. The orange tinge is also used on the central chronograph hand and the tips of the sub-dial hands. All of these TAG Heuer watches come with a
43mm case, TAG Heuer quartz movement, and water-resistance function of up to 200 metres. Therefore, if you're looking for a watch with the ability to make a powerful and striking statement, TAG Heuer is a must-have to add to your watch collection.
Do let us know which one of these watches were your favourites and if you’d like to see a particular watch, or collection reviewed in the comments below..