Monaco Blue Chrono Black Leather
The Monaco was revolutionary for being the first Automatic watch, as well as the first Square-Cased Chronograph. Worn by Steve McQueen in the 1971 film Le Mans, the Monaco still remains synonymous to him following advertising campaigns using stills from the film. Re-issued in 2003 with entirely new mechanisms following McQueen's popularity, this version of the Monaco remains a favourite for watch collectors worldwide. Sitting in a Square 39mm Stainless Steel Case, this Matt Blue Chronograph Dial is accented by red Luminescent Hands and Indexes, as well as two white Chronograph sub-dials. The Black perforated Calfskin Leather Strap finishes this classic look, creating the iconic Monaco that we all know today.
movement type Automatic
dial colour Blue Chronograph Dial with Luminescent Red & White Markers
case material Brushed & Polished Stainless Steel with Left Handed Crown
water resistance Water-Resistant up to 100m (330ft)
strap material Black Leather
guarantee 2 Years

The Swiss Avant-Garde watchmaker since 1860. Its rich heritage is built on pushing boundaries and breaking rules: harnessing mental fortitude to overcome technology restrains and create daring watches and chronographs. Long-lasting parterships with motor racing teams and charismatic ambassadors drive it to break watchmaking conventions, and, as a consequence, master time with unparalleled precicion. Its slogan #DontCrackUnderPressure is far more than a claim-it is a mindset.

When TAG Heuer launched the Monaco in 1969, the brand achieved two world firsts: the first water-resistant watch with a square case and the first automatic chronograph. The very next year, Steve McQueen fell for its stunning looks and wore it in his ''Le Mans'' movie. The legendary actor made it an icon. Way ahead of its time then, it is still absolutely cutting-edge in its newest incarnations. A renowned benchmark in the world of watchmaking.