Monaco/Monza (8)

The TAG Heuer Monaco (initially Heuer Monaco) is a progression of programmed chronograph wristwatch originally presented by Heuer in 1969 out of appreciation for the Monaco Grand Prix. Monaco was progressive for being the main programmed just as the principal square cased chronograph. The observe commonly includes a couple of pushbuttons at the 2 and 4 o'clock positions. The dials for the moment and hour counters are at 9 and 3 o'clock individually. Likewise, the watch includes chamfered square and oval hours markers (dials with "waffle" type cross-incubated markers are later multiplications). In the first form, the crown is situated at the 9 o'clock position on a square packaging. 
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