March 3, 1969, Tag Heuer Monaco (Monaco Series) Watches were released simultaneously in Geneva and New York, becoming the first square, waterproof and automatic chronograph watch of the Swiss watchmaking history. Jack Heuer took the Monaco Grand Prix (since Tag Heuer remains its partners) as the name of the series of watches. The Replica watches have large square case, metallic blue dial, fire-red minute hand, curved crystal table mirror, and the most noteworthy is the crown set up on the left (at that time it means no manual on the chain), which overturns the traditional aesthetics of watchmaking.
Tag Heuer, with the innovative technology, provided the perfect first square waterproof watch. However, the essence of a revolutionary breakthrough is hidden in the case: the famous Calibre 11 chronograph movement, which is sold in watchmaking history of its first self-winding chronograph movement.
In 1970, the legend of the Swiss racing industry, Joe SFT (Jo Siffert) became the first speed driver sponsored by a watch brand, Tag Heuer. TAG Heuer Monaco Replica is worn on the wrist of Ford with a stunning debut. In the following year, Steve McQueen has worn the watch in the film of “Le Mans”, causing a huge stir. Tag Heuer “McQueen Monaco” (1133B watches) has great visibility and is often engraved, which has become the competing sought legend of the auctions and collectors.