TAG Heuer Monza Calibre 36
The Monza Calibre 36 chronometer is secured to the wrist with a hand-sewn crocodile leather strap in black or brown equipped with a folding steel buckle.Having created the Monza Calibre 36 chronograph, crowned with the seal of a motoring legend, TAG Heuer has once again proved its remarkable expertise in the development of high-precision automatic movements.The timepiece is powered by a self-winding chronograph movement. The mechanism is devised to be able to measure elapsed time intervals to within 1/10th of a second due to the high frequency balance wheel.The timepiece appeared to pay tribute to a notable event in the history of Formula 1 racing. During the 1971 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix in Monza, just 1/100th of a second separated Peter Gethin, the winner, from Ronnie Peterson, his closest rival. To commemorate the legendary Milanese track, and the closest F1 racing finish ever, TAG Heuer designed its Monza Calibre 36 chronograph watch.The mechanism of the Monza Calibre 36 automatic chronograph is based upon a pendulum oscillating at a frequency of 36,000 vibrations per hour, thus offering a great precision level. It is an officially-certified chronometer.