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  1. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Oct 4, 2020

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    :D

    I still prefer the original Monza Calibre 17 CR2080.FC6375 as it is ;)
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  2. Snowy

    Snowy Oct 4, 2020

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    Me too. (And my vintage Monza current strap is upside down, but I'll have to fix it next time I overhaul it.)
     
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  3. El Matarife

    El Matarife Oct 4, 2020

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    The Monza strap is buttery smooth and soft. It's so comfortable, and with the titanium case and clasp it is so light. It feels like a real racing drivers watch, engineered from cutting edge materials. :cool:
     
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  4. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 4, 2020

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    But I don't own any string backed gloves so unfortunately....
     
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  5. imagwai

    imagwai Oct 4, 2020

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    You should get some
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  6. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Oct 4, 2020

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    I was told at my AD that I had a strap ‘ upside down’ but I pointed out that due to my wrist size it was comfortable, what difference does it make?
     
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  7. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 4, 2020

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    It does make a difference if you have a deployment clasp. When I had my Microtimer polished they put the strap on upside down and I couldn't do it up!
     
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  8. El Matarife

    El Matarife Oct 4, 2020

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    Me either. But I do have a string vest and a trucker cap, so it's all good!
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  9. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 4, 2020

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    Onslow!
     
  10. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Oct 4, 2020

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    I love the Monza...but I do think they made a mistake by making the 40th Anniversary so big. The original 2000 one is perfect.

    By the way, I found out last week that the 2000 Monza case was designed by Mijat, the man who designs for Hublot, but also designed the 1997 Monaco re-edition
     
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  11. kappa_md

    kappa_md Oct 4, 2020

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    Browsed over this thread and saw a Calibre 11 member @slbinko with the same love and admiration for TAG Heuer Formula 1 “old-school” watches! :thumbsup:
    Old is cool :cool: @Aquagraph @Snowy
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  12. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 5, 2020

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    At least I have one that he hasn't got... I think Snowy has got every Formula 1 ever made, he's just teasing us with two or three at a time.:cautious:
     
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  13. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Oct 5, 2020

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    I dont think its too big actually, the light weight makes it wear a lot better than e.g. the Monaco, in my opinion
     
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  14. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 5, 2020

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    How is it that the gold links on this watch look perfect, and yet the bezel looks like it's been dragged down a pavement? It must have looked amazing when it was brand new.... (starts wondering how much a new bezel would cost, but then realises that the gold probably won't match).
     
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  15. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Oct 5, 2020

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    Owner must have had the bracelet in the box? Or it was added a new bracelet?
     
  16. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 5, 2020

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    Maybe... I dunno?
     
  17. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Oct 5, 2020

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    Or maybe the bezel is solid (capped) gold that scratches like gold usually does and the bracelet is coated mixed gold alloy thingy being more scratch resistant
     
  18. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Oct 5, 2020

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    TAG Heuer Formula 1 Gulf Edition by @second_time_watch

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  19. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Oct 5, 2020

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    Ooh yes, could be that couldn't it?
     
  20. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG Oct 5, 2020

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    I love the size of the Monza 40th Anniversary, if it were smaller it would have been too small for my taste, which has evolved into larger watches, so I’m very happy with TAG Heuer’s choice! :thumbsup:

    My S/el was fine in size when I bought it almost 25 years ago, but now I find it small. I think it's good that TAG Heuer updated the Monza size a bit when they launched the 40th anniversary, since the trend in all that time has been to evolve towards larger diameters.
    I love the CR2080.FC6375 as it is ::love::, I wouldn’t change a detail
     
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