TAG Heuer Monaco Skeleton Chronograph
An icon of racing since Steve McQueen wore it on-screen in Le Mans, the TAG Heuer Monaco has appeared in many forms across the decades. Yet it's never been realized with a skeletonized dial — until now. True to its name and heritage, this Monaco Chronograph has a 39mm square titanium case with dual pushers surrounding the crown, dual sub-dials, and a central red chronograph seconds hand. The inner workings of the Calibre Heuer 02 Automatic movement are visible through the dial, including the date ring with an indication at the 6 o'clock position. It's finished with lumed indices and hands and sits on a blue embossed leather and rubber strap.