TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz Watch For $1,700

TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz Watch For $1,700

TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz Watch For $1,700 Watch Releases

It's hard to argue that the TAG Heuer Monaco collection isn't at the top of the list of most recognizable watches. The seemingly endless amount of re-issues and anniversary editions can be dizzying, but has made the watch a staple even outside of the mainstream. Even if you aren't a watch enthusiast, it would be intriguing to own a watch that Steve McQueen or Walter White wore. Unfortunately for many, that almost-$6,000 price tag was enough to make their eyes roll back into their heads – which is where TAG Heuer's recent release will fit in. The TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz will start at $1,700 and can scratch the itch of owning a full-fledged Monaco without dipping into your child's college-fund.

TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz Watch For $1,700 Watch Releases

The TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz has launched in three different flavors – a brown dial with brown leather strap (inspired by the Kingsman: The Golden Circle film), a mother of pearl dial with a white strap, and the traditional black dial on a black leather strap. The polished stainless steel case measures in at 37mm, which is a bit smaller than the original Monaco 1133 which measured in at 40mm, but it's not the first time we've seen this size in the Monaco collection. It's also a well-known fact that square watches wear a bit bigger than round ones, and this, to me anyway, makes the watch more dressy. The dial itself takes some direct cues from the Monaco 2110 with the exception of the red-tipped seconds hand – a great addition, in my opinion. There is a small seconds indicator at 6 o'clock and a date window at 3 o'clock. "Monaco" and the TAG Heuer logo are printed under the 12 o'clock index.

One thing I've always loved about the Monaco design is its seamless and clean utilization of circles and squares together. Pulling off a uniform look with a square case is tricky, and the Monaco is a great example of doing that right. While I'm typically critical of the needless cutting of applied indices, the TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz has a fluid inclusion of them that doesn't seem to break up the dial, or feel lazy.

TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz Watch For $1,700 Watch Releases

There is going to be some outcry from fans of the brand, and enthusiasts in general over the TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz. One, $1,700 is a bit steep for a quartz model, but it's in line (almost dead center, honestly) with TAG Heuer's Formula 1 collections, but a much more desirable style for many people. Two (and I've already had this discussion with some collectors this weekend), there's the apparent "bastardization" of the Monaco collection by adding a quartz movement to it. However, let's not forget that this isn't the first time a Monaco has had a quartz movement, nor is it the most expensive model that's included one. This brings the cost of entry for the Monaco collection down significantly and that makes it obtainable to a wider audience – something I don't think TAG Heuer will have a hard time capitalizing on.

The TAG Heuer Monaco Quartz WAW131A.FC6177 will have a price tag of $1,700 USD, while the brown (WAW131C.FC6419) and white (WAW131B.FC6247) will be $2,350 USD respectively. tagheuer.com

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  • Pete Pete

    it would be acceptable if it was an high accuracy quartz movement. swiss competition to the fantastic grand seikos ones. but according to the website it isn’t … “a variation of only a few seconds per month” – that’s unacceptable for a quartz watch with that price tag.

    • Mikita

      Exactly.

  • WINKS

    Hot on the heels of…. nothing.

  • Tea Hound

    This watch is absurd, both in execution and in price. To pretend otherwise is as also absurd.

  • Uncultrured_Swine

    The only emotion I feel looking at this watch is uncontrollable anger. I’ve looked up what the

    article failed to mention, namely the movement used, and it’s a Ronda 6004.D costing TWENTY-FIVE TO THIRTY DOLLARS!!!!!

  • egznyc

    Not only overpriced – for a quartz, certainly – but let’s not kid ourselves into thinking we’re wearing a watch worn by McQueen. Even if this very watch had adorned his wrist, it still wouldn’t make me cool. (Nothing could.)

  • simon

    I think it could have been interesting if they actually put “quartz” on the dial, much like they did in the late 70’s and 80’s. Its funny how these brands are not decreasing prices in line to the product….they are just offering cheaper options through cheaply made products. A la….Panerai with snap on case backs and unitas movements for over 4k.

  • Mikita

    So they offer this at $$1.7-2.4k, which scratches GS 9F territory – ok. If only it will be similarly flawlessly made and if only it will have a similar caliber to 9F, but.. no, it will be worse in means of finish and will house some simple ETA quartz, am I right? This kinda reminds me of the latest “budget” Breitling for $2k, but only TAG has less pedigree than Breitling to command such prices for a simple quartz watch. They already have some cheap Ronda-based Formulas like the Chr. Ronaldo Formula 1 – I’ve seen it and it looks like a $100 watch, so they overestimate the power of the attraction of their brand IMO, i.e. they aren’t in the position to present some “budget” editions at $$1.7-2.4k.

    • Mikita

      UPD: Oh, it’s a 20 bucks Ronda inside.. well

    • IG

      Chr. Ronaldo in the style of Chr. Ward?

      • Mikita

        Coming next:

        Christiano
        Ronaldo

  • Beefalope

    I’m not sure whether to go with “uh” or “ugh” here.

  • Mikita

    I imagine the disguise of the owners of original Monacos when they see this version sharing a common movement with $100 Invictas.

  • Raymond Wilkie

    As some of you may remember the Tag Monaco ( any variation ) is my least favourite watch in the whole universe.
    Steve McQueen, big whoop , wanna fight about it ?

    • DanW94

      Ray, you’ve been looking to throw down lately. Is there a horological fight club somewhere in your area you could join?

      • Raymond Wilkie

        Am not being funny but it’s such a pretentious name for such a crummy watch. If you have been to Monaco, the place is an overcrowded overpriced nightmare of a hole.

      • Mikita

        The closest one is on the island of Man

        • Raymond Wilkie

          Isle of Man ! ……………….How many times ! ……………….. 🙂

          • Mikita

            Sorry, don’t want to get on your black list! I respect the Island of Man! 🙂

          • Raymond Wilkie

            It’s actually quite a beautiful place 242 miles from my present location where am sure you know without question the best timepieces in the world are produced.

          • IG

            And no speed limits.

          • DanW94

            No stop signs….

          • egznyc

            No phone, no lights, no motor car.
            Not a single luxury.

          • Berndt Norten

            My friends are gonna be there too

          • Mikita

            Have you already commited a pilgrimage?

          • Raymond Wilkie

            I have been yes. I have never seen such greed and pomposity in such a confined little place. Built just to spend. It’s an overcrowded nightmare of it’s own making. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dc0e15636ae55b77e8da35dc5a299005d3b3f85455d6944ce9f0b9a2638cf58b.jpg

          • Brian

            It ain’t no Jaywick.

          • Raymond Wilkie

            That it aint.

          • Brian

            Bremont has a factory there?

          • Raymond Wilkie

            Quite definitely not although there is a Beaumont Road.

          • Berndt Norten

            Aren’t Brewmores made in China?

          • Chaz

            LMFAO!!

          • egznyc

            Respect their contributions to the world at large. Well … there’s the Manx cat, for one …

          • Chaz

            No need to get racist about it!

          • Berndt Norten

            The Islets of Mankind

      • Raymond Wilkie

        I can’t talk about fight club.

    • Mikita
      • IG

        Don’t post 3-legged swastikas you bloody Nazi!

        • Mikita
          • Mark1884

            That is better.

          • Raymond Wilkie

            If i messed with the stars and stripes i wouldn’t hear the end of it.

          • Mark1884

            Did not look at from that angle.
            My apologies.

          • Raymond Wilkie

            No harm done.

          • Chaz

            Chump might start tweeting about nuking Scotland….because they don’t like his golf course…

          • Raymond Wilkie

            He has two here ( Trump Turnberry & The Trump International Golf Links ) . he has updated the Turnberry and newly built the links. Am no golf player but from what i’ve seen they are very elitist. Am not too fussed about it and it can only be beneficial to our economy.

          • Chaz

            Now THIS is a party I could jump on board with!

      • Raymond Wilkie

        It’s one of the biggest fake names i have seen ( as well as Rolex ) . When i see someone with one on and you can just tell it’s totally fake , i just wanna,……………sorry, i just can’t get my head around it.

        • Mikita

          I just find TAG itself a pretender brand: they seem to heavily overestimate their position and quality having no pedigree, which people find in kinds of Breitling or Omega. Those who seek top-notch execution ~2k would get GS or some German watch, while those seeking appreciation from others wouldn’t look at TAG neither. Hence, I can’t understand who are they going to fool with Ronda-based “budget” Monaco 🙂

          • Raymond Wilkie

            I couldn’t agree more.

          • Steve chernick

            Not a huge fan of Nomos, there’s like 6 Sinn’s I like and they’ve all been discontinued, and every GS to me looks like a micro brands rolex homage. Yet I can’t afford a rolex or jaeger so should I just a- buy a tutima to please snobs, b- resign myself to a timex, c- just not wear a watch, or d- hang myself since those are all better options than being seen in a TH, breitling or Omega?

          • Mikita

            You may do whatever you want.

    • Brian

      There are 2 men. One jumped a motorcycle over a fence. The other drew a smiley face on his lawn mower. Which man would win in a fight?

      • Raymond Wilkie

        The guy on Malcolm ( the mower ) every time. 🙂

    • Chaz

      Steve McQueen was a 5512 guy. Simple as that.

  • Pete L

    No. Cant really figure out why this exists. Too small, too expensive and too quartzy.

  • Mark1884

    The mall watch brand has made a pathetic attempt to snag some customers.
    Lets look at this: starter mall watch + cheap quartz movement + insane price = FAIL !!

  • IG

    Even $0 is too much for a quartz.

  • Luciano

    Nice way to destroy the “Monaco” brand value…

    • Mikita

      “Monaco” goes to the same bin with “Formula” now..

    • Gokart Mozart

      Is it sold out? 😉

  • Yan Fin

    I would not worry about “bastardization” of the Monaco collection. It’s a done deal long time ago. Actually, it goes to entire brand.

    • Mikita
      • Garrett Hu

        I think the $5000 price point of the Autavia reissue is a good price point. Keeping in mind you never pay retail so realistically $3500-$3800 for one all said and done is a win.

        • Steve chernick

          Maybe, but I think the discounts offered depend on the model. I tried to buy the autavia reissue at my local ad when it came out and offered $3800. The sales lady literally laughed at me and said they could ‘maybe’ do 15% off, maybe, but most likely wouldn’t since it’s a new model and highly desirable. Decided to wait until the market cooled off.

          • Garrett Hu

            I do agree you would need to wait for a couple months, I’m sure initially there is a wait list but that will disappear rather quickly, it’s a Tag not a Patek. And those sales people that have that attitude are idiots because they will never see a dime from me. Professional watch salesman recognize that asking 30% off is not unreasonable, not ideal when other customers are paying more but there will be that time of month where they need to sell just one more watch to make goal so It is wise to take the customer seriously and keep their contact.

            I wouldn’t go back to that dealer if I were you, Tag Heuers are sold in many places…you will get that deal if you make some calls.

        • Mikita

          Ugly watch in my opinion, too beefy and the hands look out of place IMO. Would have preferred a reissue more in line with 1962 model.

      • Yan Fin

        You have too many interesting pieces.?

        • Mikita

          Unfortunately, not mine.

    • Garrett Hu

      Well JCB said Tag is supposed to be the entry price points targeted to the folks starting out in the world of watches so I say Bravo to him for pushing the cost of entry lower. Tag Heuer makes good watches but like Tudor I don’t see either of these as luxury brands as they target the mid market.

      • Yan Fin

        Who is JCB? And who told you that Tag Heuer makes good watches? Go to local Macy’s- I think they exist in wild west – and hold Tag Monaco in your hands. Then look at the price Tag. Ask yourself, which Tag is more attractive.

        • Overwatch

          Jean-Claude Biver…CEO of TAG and part of many other brands.

        • Garrett Hu

          You don’t know who JCB is? Do you need anyone to tell you what a good watch is?

  • Pre-owned Monaco sub-seconds go for $1500 and the chronos go for between $1700 and $2500 all day long.

    Pardon the bluntness, but you’d have to be an idiot to buy a $1700 battery-powered TAG with a legit version within reach.

    • But a pre-owned Monaco quartz will go for $900.

      • For some reason, that sounds even worse than buying a new one.

      • Garrett Hu

        Well it won’t be hard to find an AD that will give you 30% off retail once these are everywhere. So for $1190 (out the door if out of state) it’s not bad at all especially if the strap is actually alligator which is $300 on its own and if it comes with a deployant clasp even better. Realistically if you don’t care for the buckle and strap you could hawk it for about $300-$400 so you got a brand new Monaco for $800…not too bad IMHO.

    • A few years ago you could easily get a new Monaco three hander for 1500 euros with an AD discount.

      • MeaCulpa

        Yes, Monacos used to be quite affordable, the chrono could be had for very reasonable money as well, but now they are – like all other TAGs – not worth the money.

    • Steve chernick

      This could also appeal to people that don’t want to shell out for a mechanical watches ever increasing service cost. If you have several mechanicals in your collection and would rather not have yet another one with a pending $200-300 refurb bill, yet see a gap that this will fill for occasional wear, it would make sense. (But probably not, since what percentage of TH owners do you think know mechanicals have to be serviced occasionally?)

  • Raymond Wilkie

    I do apologise but this really got my hackles up.

    • Chaz

      Don’t apologise

    • Ross Diljohn

      I feel personally insulted myself.

  • Sheez Gagoo

    This watch reminds me less of Monaco but more of the suburbs of Marseille. What does Marius think?

    • Mikita

      This watch costs less than 1 hour of his escort in Pattaya 🙂

      • SuperStrapper

        She’s THAT well hung?

        • egznyc

          “SHE”? Sometimes I feel like I’m taking a walk on the wild side when I examine the comments section of abtw. 😉

          • SuperStrapper

            No idea bro. Just trying to cover my bases. Who knows how they identify. Currently.

  • Chaz

    Does one REALLY need a TAG THAT badly?????

    • Norbs K

      No, but TAG needs us THAT badly.

    • Garrett Hu

      For some, yes. It is a step up for aspiring collectors. Like the new Panerai models with snap on case back and spring bars…I would save up a bit more for the in house movements but hey $1000 more is a lot of everyday money to a lot of people.

    • Berndt Norten

      You’re it!

  • Marius

    As a Monegasque, I’m quite appalled by this “watch.”

    I have always considered it downgrading for our beautiful Principality to be associated with a low-rent, vile, viscious, and nasty brand such as Tag Heuer. As my good friend Mikita pointed out, Tag Heuer is a pretender brand aimed squarely at the nasty knuckle-draggers and penny-pinchers. Only high-end brands such as Lange, Audemars Piguet, and JLC should be legally allowed to use any connection to our Principauté de Monaco. In fact, I started a social protest campaign at http://www.Monegasques-Hate-TagHeuer.mc. As a sign of protest, my fellow millionaires and I will block the driveway of the Tag Heuer factory with our Ferraris, Aston Martins and Lamborghinis. That way, the vicious basterds wont be able to send any more Tags to Monte Carlo and corrupt our youth.

    As a humble & discreet millionaire, my message for Tag Heuer is this: Tag, please change the nomenclature of this watch from Tag Heuer Monaco to Tag Heuer Roubaix. Being one of the poorest cities in France (over 45% of the population lives below the poverty line), Roubaix would be a splendid and also fitting association with Tag Heuer.

    • Richard Baptist

      LOL

    • Garrett Hu

      Depend on which demographics your addressing. I live in Silicon Valley where if you even own a home you’re a millionaire or very close to it. Millionaires are a dime a dozen where I live so you really need to be a billionaire to be Considered rich in this part of town.

      • MeaCulpa

        For a Monegasque I’d imagine that Tag naming a watch after your fair country is basically an insult on the same level as it is for anybody else having their own country or state being named an official partner of NAMBLA or ISIS.

      • Yan Fin

        Don’t take this too seriously.

    • Ross Diljohn

      TAG Heuer Mongolia has a nice sound to it.

    • Yes. An Occupy type movement but waaaay classier.

  • Norbs K

    I like this watch. Nice dial, the sword hands go well with it.
    Too bad it’s a TAG.

    And the price? A fake Rolex is less of a ripoff then this.

  • SuperStrapper

    This one just checks so many boxes for me:
    – square
    – sub seconds
    – quartz
    – boring
    – expensive

    Shame for TAG I don’t live in some bizarro world where stacking negatives results in a purchase.

    • Ross Diljohn

      The Germans have a good word for this. Scheisse.

  • wejpasadena

    I thought quartz was in crisis? I actually like this one. Price is a little steep for quartz but I like the design.

  • 37 mm and quartz – seems like a ladies watch to me.

    • Travis Cannata

      I was caught off-guard by the size, but a square watch wears a lot bigger than a round watch. I imagine on the wrist it feels bigger than 37mm.

      • Maybe it’s a Monaco for Anne Gunn/Skyler White.

        • Travis Cannata

          Hm… Good point. Depends who it came from. Her Accountant friend? Perhaps she would wear it. Walter? It gets thrown on the roof.

    • Timestandsstill

      my thoughts exactly, especially with a MOP dial and white strap option….probably the market they had in mind all along!

    • Overwatch

      Dunno, on a square case watch, I think 37mm isn’t bad. Even on a round watch, 37mm (or more normally 38mm) can be a perfectly good fit depending on the design. I go between a 38mm and a 43mm (both round) and they both look fine on my wrist (7-1/2″). I’m glad that the ridiculously large watch fad has died down…

      I hope the quartz movement is at least some sort of thermocompensated HAQ movement and not a US$8.00 1-Jewel ISA movement.

    • Gokart Mozart

      Quartz yes for ladies, size no.

      What do you make of the Nomos Tetra?

      Large Tetra for children, small Tetra for toddlers? 😉

      • 33 mm square (for the Tetra) and very severe styling – no thanks. I would not even buy that for my wife.

        • IG

          What about your dog?

          • I don’t have a dog. Too many cats – and they can only tell if it’s dinner time.

  • socrates35

    Explain to me again the so-called ‘value proposition’ of this?

    • Gokart Mozart

      Its cheaper than the automatic…….

  • Garrett Hu

    Hi Travis, thanks for the review and introduction. In the images it looks like it comes with a black alligator strap, can you confirm if it is? If so the strap alone is $300+ which makes $1700 an even better deal.

    • It’s embossed leather. There’s no company in the world that is going to include a genuine alligator strap with a battery-powered offering that is going to be discounted by 40 percent on the grey market.

  • Steve chernick

    Jesus with you tag Heuer haters, the Monaco itself is a money grab! $5k for an eta 28whatever and a DD module, and ‘dizzying’ amounts of ‘special editions’ it’s a rip off but people pay it! Mark my words the next Smart Watch Tag puts out will be based on the monaco. I’m frankly shocked a cheaper quartz version hasn’t been available for years. I love Tag Heuer, I’ve owned several over the years, but if I had to have a monaco (I don’t), I’d be more likely to pay $1500 or less after the AD discount for this version than Oyster Perpetual money for the Golf McQueen Walter White limited edition(!) With a generic automatic movement and a chrono module.

    • egznyc

      The smart watch idea is … well, smart, since they can cheap out and go with a square display. So I think your forecast makes good sense.

    • Tea Hound

      You’re joking, right? You’d be better off burning your $1,500 in your yard.

      • Steve chernick

        If you remove the emotional factor, and view a watch purchase through the lens of pure value for money spent, the Monaco in ALL its itinerations, are rip offs, and buying the automatic version is SETTING EVEN ***MORE*** MONEY ON FIRE!
        But allow me to respectfully disagree with your assertion that it’s not worth the money because it’s quartz; what do you think the cost difference is, on a whole sale level mind you, between an eta quartz movement and an ‘elabore’ grade 2824? Less than $100 for sure, probably less than $50, honestly. The calibre 6 3 hand Monaco goes for like $2200 on the grey market. The quartz version, made with the same materials as the automatic version, costs $500 less, due largely to a movement that costs maybe, at most, $60 less. So again, from a value for money perspective, the quartz version is a huge value proposition over the automatic. Same look, same materials, same name brand, slightly cheaper movement. Watches like this, the ‘horology for the masses’ type like Tag and Breitling, the ‘value’ of them very rarely comes from the movement.

        • Tea Hound

          So if the movement cost differential is that small, why doesn’t Tag fit an automatic movement in this watch?

  • Steve rolling over in his grave

  • Ross Diljohn

    Steve McQueen wore Rolex. TAG is cashing in on his appearance in a movie and let’s be real here,TAG markets to clueless people that want a watch brand that equally clueless people will be impressed by. At least Omega with all its marketing hype actually was worn in space.

  • commentator bob

    You have to grant Tag this: They are consistent. Sure they are willing to make cheap quartz knock-offs of other companies’ watches (most egregiously Submariner). However, as these offerings demonstrate, they are also willing to make cheap quartz knock-offs of their own watches.

    • edwin

      I don’t have a problem with Tag Heuer or quartz knock-offs. I own two Tags, one being a 1990 Professional 2000 diver (quartz powered). Both are excellent and valued watches. Although I prefer automatic watches, I see the utility of quartz for many and applaud Tag Heuer for providing this quartz Monaco option.

  • Raymond Wilkie

    This has had waaaay too much air time ( IMO )
    Just saying……
    Moving on™……………

  • Of course they had to reduce the size of the case for the cheap version… Pass

  • Jacob Jared Kenworthy

    Why is it that luxury brands don’t use autoquartz or solar technology on their quartz watches? It seems like a no-brainer to use the superior, low-maintenance technology that less expensive brands like Citizen, Seiko and Casio use.

    • SuperStrapper

      Ill take watch movement technologies not available in swiss quartz for $500 Alex.

  • Bozzor

    Hmmmm…if this came with a HAQ that was 10 s/y or better…well, then maybe. But this is just so cynical. I’ll pass, and instead buy this…

    https://www.grahamsjewellers.com.au/media/catalog/product/cache/12/thumbnail/1000x/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/c/i/citizen-eco-drive-at0910-00e-largo-gents-watch-30253767-a_15-04-07-10-12-32-grahams-jewellers.jpg

    …and put the circa $2,000 saved towards my medication to prevent hysterical laughter every time I see this Monaco Quartz on anyone’s wrist…

  • PR

    Oh boy. The watch isn’t bad looking, I think it will look sharp in person. But why quartz at this price, it would’ve been a very solid offering with an auto movement under 2k, but I guess the Monaco name will go down in prestige value. Not sure this is doing any different

  • Overwatch

    Similar to what Mikita said, instead of making junk like this, TAG should be doing a updated re-issue of the Heuer Bundeswehr military watch…with a Ceramic Bezel, SALT BATH NITRIDED Black Case (I want it hardened…not just “painted”), solid caseback, high quality NATO strap (also Salt Bath Nitrited hardware), a slim NON-VJ7750 chronograph with light bluish SuperDuperLuminova (and obviously get rid of the “3H” since you should know why) for a MSRP of $2895 (that leaves a HUGE margin even discounted). They would sell like hotcakes me thinks…

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7697042d9bdb2f5eed8149411b2ae7b3c6efbd00bc46df79cb88c6ad1cca5910.jpg

    • Travis Cannata

      I am 100% alright with this re-issue.

  • Kumaran Ramu

    I would rather buy a GS quartz happily

  • JF Schnell

    Just a nice Quartz watch supposed to be a type of a beater watch… for much less… sorry but companies throwing stuff like this are just waiting time. And for sure I wouldn’t get something just for the sake of the name… It’s enough some watch snobs already looking down on quartz now image something nothing special being heavily priced… sorry Tag-Heuer… go back to the drawing studio

  • cluedog12

    Maybe I’m getting soft in my late youth, but I think this Monaco Quartz it’s a nice-looking watch. Considering the ETAs in entry-level TAG mechanicals are sub-$100 movements, don’t see a quartz version as cheapening the line. Would be better if the quartz movement was HEQ though.

  • Shinytoys

    The Monaco is a beautiful watch in it’s original iteration. Heuer offers one in their classic series…

  • Ayreonaut

    For years I’ve looked down my nose at those who wear quartz watches from this brand, and in my head I call these watches “Ticking Tags.”

  • dennis

    $1700 and a quartz = nothing, move on.

  • commentator bob

    The new Tissot Everytime Swissmatic ( T109.407.16.051.00 ), $395 retail, $249.99 Joma, might not be the best watch in the world, based on the Sistem51 movement with a nicer case and sapphire crystal, but it is a much better watch than this one. For $1,305 less when comparing the retail prices.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/90894ece2cf29dd078b6aa4e86d7148939a4f1e654241a4ba9cc7ac597c8274b.png

    • ProJ

      Nice watch, but not really in the same league (design and finishing)

    • Sheez Gagoo

      No Chinese sweat shop would have the guts to release something like this Tissot containing what is widely considered to be the worst mechanical movement in history of mankind. I’m not a fan of the Monaco but I would take it over the Tissot anytime. I don’t understand how anyone can consider this as a watch when there are massively better Seiko5s for not even half the price.

  • ProJ

    Nice looking watch in general. Nice looking date window in particular.

  • A_watches

    tick tick tick…arrrrgh

  • This is one of the many, many, many scratches that I don’t need scratching. And even on that list, this particular itch ranks …. well I could not call that ranking anymore in good conscience.

  • If they were going to do a quartz model Monaco they could have at least made it a chronograph. They do quartz chronos in their Formula 1 line for less money.