The Monaco Mikrograph new from TAG Heuer

First published: 31-05-2011

Watch enthusiasts looking for something different may want to check out a new offering from TAG Heuer.

Entitled the Monaco Mikrograph, consumers will no doubt spot that the dial of this timepiece features an array of elements.

For example, a sub-dial at 12 o'clock details the power reserve of the device, while another at three o'clock this time indicates elapsed minutes via three hands.

Moving further around the watch's face, six o'clock reveals another sub-dial, which shows elapsed seconds, with seconds indicated once again at nine o'clock.

The dial of this TAG Heuer timepiece is decorated in black lacquer and silver opaline elements, with a 43mm stainless steel case offering a richly-styled border.

Meanwhile, fashionistas hoping to find a timepiece that brings a link to the sporting world may instead want to seek out the Tag Heuer Formula One Lady Steel and Ceramic Chronograph watches, which both come with diamond-encrusted designs.


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