Iconic like the homonymous city that hosts the race from which it takes its name, the Monaco is the perfect synthesis between elegance and prestige. An automatic chronograph that became a legend when Steve McQueen decided to wear it during the filming of the film "Le 24 Ore di Le Mans" (1970) at the wheel of his Porsche 917 with Gulf colors.

Quintessential and a symbol of watchmaking for motor sports, the TAG Heuer Monaco never ceases to amaze and fascinate. As in the Gulf version, which consolidates a long-standing partnership between the Maison of La Chaux-de-Fonds and the famous US oil company.

The TAG Heuer Monaco Special Edition Gulf has a 39 mm case, the crown on the left, and an oil-blue soleil dial with two white counters, a date window at 6 o'clock, horizontal diamond hour markers and the vintage Heuer logo. The timepiece is accompanied by an oil-blue perforated calfskin strap with orange stitching.

Launched simultaneously in Geneva and New York on 3 March 1969, Heuer Monaco was the first square automatic chronograph with a waterproof case in the history of Swiss watchmaking to break the aesthetic standards of traditional watchmaking. He was moved by the Caliber 11, the first automatic chronograph movement sold in the history of watchmaking, which now, decades later, comes back to life in this timeless classic.

Bedetti official TAG Heuer dealer is waiting for you in his store in Piazza San Silvestro to present you all his news.

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