The Monaco from TAG Heuer is a true icon. This chronograph stands out from the crowd thanks to its unique square case, left-side crown, and motorsport-inspired design.


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Tag Heuer Monaco

The Monaco by TAG Heuer is a model of excellence. It was one of the first automatic chronographs to be introduced in 1969. Two years later, in the classic film “Le Mans,” Steve McQueen wore it on his wrist. It was also the first water-resistant chronograph with a square case in the world.

Since 1997, TAG Heuer has primarily used ETA and Sellita calibers to power the Monaco. Despite this, the luxury watchmaker continues to produce a line of Monacos with the crown positioned at 9 o’clock for those who prefer the look of a more traditional timepiece. From 2019 on, Heuer 02.02 caliber will be available for the Monaco. The crowns of models with this movement are on the right.

Monaco marked its 50th birthday in 2019. TAG Heuer has released a series of five limited editions to commemorate the occasion. Each timepiece in the Monaco collection is inspired by a different decade. The manufacturer released the Monaco Green Dial-in 2021 as the first Monaco with a green dial.

Tag Heuer Monaco Prices in KSA

The age, condition, and caliber of a TAG Heuer Monaco play a large role in the final price. You can expect to pay around 11,250 Saudi Riyals for an entry-level watch like the CW2111 with an ETA-based Calibre 17.

If you want a watch with an in-house movement, like the Heuer 02, you’ll have to spend more money. The ref. CBL2111, for instance, asks for approximately 22,000 SAR.

In Saudi Arabia over 45,000 SAR is needed to own an exotic vintage edition like this ref. 1133 with the original Calibre 11. Monaco’s best-known model is the WAW2170. With a price tag of 268,000 Riyals, this platinum watch is powered by the in-house Calibre V4.

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