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Here's a nice review of the new Monaco, from Monochrome -- https://monochrome-watches.com/tag-heuer-monaco-heuer-02-in-house-movement-cbl2111-fc6453-hands-on-price/
Interesting to see that the radial markers and the style of the running seconds hand goes back to the first re-issue of the Monaco, in 1998.
Photos below, courtesy of Monochrome.
: For those who have enjoyed the Heuer 02 movement, with its
: traditional 3-6-9 (tri-compax) arrangement (including 12 hour
: recorder), and were hoping that the new movement would make its
: way into a Monaco -- it seems that the wait is almost over.
: TAG Heuer's German and Swiss websites are already showing the new
: model, here --
: Google "Monaco CBL2111" and you will see some of them
: already offered for sale.
: With this, we will have the Heuer 02 movement powering the Autavia,
: the Carrera and the Monaco. An important moment, as we see TAG
: Heuer moving to its own movements, rather than the previous
: Sellita / DD movements.
: I'm a fan of the Heuer 02 movement, so looking forward to seeing
: this one!!