Tag Heuer has announced three new Monaco timepieces, which are inspired by ‘‘early predecessors’’ in the collection.
The Swiss watchmaker’s three models feature the Calibre Heuer 2, an inhouse manufacturing movement at its centre, and a seventies-inspired design.
The Calibre Heuer 2 is visible behind the watch’s sapphire crystal caseback and boasts an impressive power reserve of 80 hours.
Two of the models are presented on a ‘‘a modernised metallic bracelet’’, which has been recreated for them.
Catherine Eberlé-Devaux, Tag Heuer’s Heritage director, said: ‘‘“The bracelet is particularly important for any wristwatch – without a good bracelet, the timepiece lacks desirability.
‘‘For the new Monaco timepieces, we have alluded to its brilliant past with a familiar design and colour while reinforcing that the collection is moving forward with innovative new technology.’’