With a striking and vibrant aesthetic, the TAG Heuer Monaco Purple Dial Limited Edition fully explores the new design frontiers of the collection while maintaining its distinctive and unique heritage. In 1969, the Monaco series, this subversive square chronograph, was officially launched. Over the decades, TAG Heuer has launched a number of iconic and beloved models based on the original chronographs with blue dials, but the spirit of the unconventional has always been the same.
The TAG Heuer Monaco Purple Dial Limited Edition CBL2118.FC651, 39mm square case is crafted from finely brushed and polished stainless steel, paired with an elegant dark purple dial, showing off its allure. The dial adopts a gradient design, which gradually deepens from the center of the light purple dial to the edge of the dark purple, giving the watch a deep texture and elegant style. Rhodium-plated indexes and hands are covered with white Super-LumiNova®, while two black opal counters subtly accentuate the unexpected smoky effect of the dial.
Connoisseurs of the TAG Heuer Monaco collection may find the new timepiece and the brand’s very early Monaco 1113B “Chronomatic” chronograph launched in early 1969, the transitional version later known under the name “McQueen”, and The 1533 watch with the Calibre 15 movement bears a subtle resemblance. These watches feature a distinctive dial finish with metallic blue lacquer applied to a brass plate. Over time, the dial will gradually change from blue to a gradient purple-like color due to the patina, sometimes with a slight fade in the center and a darker edge around the edges. More TAG Heuer Monaco Clone Watches.