In 1969, TAG Heuer shook up watchmaking tradition by creating the first-ever square water-resistant case. Driven by the celebrated Chronomatic Calibre 11, the Monaco was also the world’s first square automatic chronograph. It was only one year old when Steve McQueen chose to wear it in Le Mans, the famous car racing film, and on the wrist of this major star it soon became an icon. Forty years later, the Monaco series is a truly exceptional collection, a symbol of daring and excellence. Today, TAG Heuer continues to break all the rules with the revolutionary Monaco V4, the world’s first timepiece with a belt-driven transmission.
Iconic square case
Swiss watchmaking expertise.
Domed sapphire crystal
Recognized for its hardness and scratch-resistance.
Security system bracelet preventing accidental opening