A brief history of the Tag Heuer Monaco
The Tag Heuer Monaco is one of the most iconic watches in history. First introduced in 1969, it was the first square-cased chronograph and quickly gained popularity among celebrities and racing drivers. Monaco was also the first watch to be featured in a Hollywood movie when it was worn by Steve McQueen in the 1971 film “Le Mans.” In recent years, the Monaco has been redesigned and reintroduced as a modern classic. Today, it remains one of Tag Heuer’s most popular watches, coveted by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Compatible with Tag Heuer Monaco models: CW2110, CW2111, CW2112, CW2113, CW2114, CW2115, CW2116, CW2117, CW2118, CW2119, CAW211, CAW211A, AW211B, CAW211C, CAW211D, CAW211M, CAW211N, CAW2110, CAW2111, CAW2113, CAW2114, CAW2115, CAW2116, AW2117, CAW2118, CAW2119, WW2110, WW2111, WW2112, WW2113, WW2114, WW2115, WW2116, W2117, WW2118, WW2119, WAW1310, WAW1313, WAW1314, WAW1315, WAW1318, WAW1319, WAW2170, WAW2080 & WAW2081.
Please note the these straps will only fit if you have the following clasp numbers: FC5014, FC5015, FC5028, FC5030, FC5042 or FC5052
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