Introducing: Three New TAG Heuer Monaco Skeleton Dials

  • Introducing: Three New TAG Heuer Monaco Skeleton Dials

    Posted by Gatherer  on May 26, 2023 at 11:23 AM

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    This weekend marks the 80th Monaco Grand Prix and TAG Heuer is celebrating the occasion with three new skeletonized Monaco watches. Technically this isn’t the first time TAG Heuer has made a skeletonized Monaco. In 2021, for Only Watch, the brand made the first ever open-dial in the history of the watch. The fully forged-carbon watch was essentially an homage to the original and highly collectible Dark Lord (a grail for many Heuer addicts), with the dial, the case, and even the hairspring all made from carbon composite.

    Then, last year, TAG Heuer released the Monaco “Riviera” Monte Carlo Boutique Limited Edition. It also featured a skeletonized (ish) dial but in Tiffany blue colorway. While I’m sure they would want us to refer to it as Riviera blue, let’s call a spade a spade. Plus, this was during peak Tiffany blue era, which now, sadly, feels sort of passé to reference as a concept (let that be a lesson unto us all to not fall into trend traps). So let’s just go back to calling it Riviera blue.

    The Monte Carlo boutique edition was made in a very exclusive run of just 30 pieces – which meant you had to live in Monte Carlo or be rich enough to get yourself to Monte Carlo by yacht/private plane/or special wealthy people breed of carrier pigeon.

    You’ll be glad to know that this new openwork skeleton Monaco is made

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