The Tag Heuer Monaco was launched in 1969 and became the world’s first automatic chronograph in a waterproof square case. Named after the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix, the racing chronograph was meant to showcase the world’s first automatic chronograph movement, the Caliber 11.
The Monaco hit the pinnacle of cool when racer and actor Steve McQueen wore it in the 1971 movie, Le Mans. Today’s Monaco range still come in the recognizable square case, while incorporating cutting-edge materials and high-end chronograph performance, expected no less from such an iconic racing watch. Explore our collection of Tag Heuer Monaco watches at SwissWatchExpo.com.