New strap: dark brown, beige stitching and fits the original "Heuer" pin buckle (22mm-18mm)
I'm slowly starting to believe that the Monaco is the most versatile watch ever, but I have yet to see it on a NATO strap to be fully convinced (The Speedy takes first place just for that reason alone) examples of a Monaco on a nato would be highly appreciated
TAG Heuer :
2000 Classic auto -silver
S/EL Leather auto -ss/gold
Formula 1 -1st edition -green
Pure Link bracelet -steel
Carrera -1st re-issue -solid gold
Monaco -1st re-issue
Hi Rage2, since you have the Calibre 12 LS, I was wondering if you could give me some reviews about the watch and if it is a good buy? Thank you!
Here is a new shot I took recently.
Incoming: Heuer Autavia 'Siffert'
Im new to this but any comments or opinions about Monaco LS if it is a good buy
Hello, I received this blue dial Monaco Calibre 12 with Saphir crystal ! Just fantastic.
For the first day, I noticed an accuracy of +5secs. Is it supposed to improve with time ? (not that this is very important, just interested to know)
Also, the minute hand is not perfectly aligned. I tried to do so by aligning it when the seconds hand was on "0" position, it didn't work. Then, I tried to do it when the seconds were at about 40seconds, it s better. At some hours it is aligned, at some others, not.
Would you have som tip for the minute hand alignement of this watch?
Thank you very much!!
That watch belongs on a Monte Carlo yacht along side a pair of very refined and articulate euro super models-
Here it is!!! First luxury watch, first shirt with french cuffs. Got 'em both over the weekend. Still trying to kick the habit of checking the time on my phone (haven't worn a watch in 10 years). Not the best lighting, I know...
Does alligator really deteriorate if I get it wet? They swim better than cows, LOL!!!
Bonus story: after my first insurance quote of 150 dollars/year with a 3-5 business day wait I switched to another company that gives me MUCH MORE coverage for LESS money, and allowed me to add my watch to the policy effective midnight for 50 dollars/year.
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