The Heuer Monaco is a line of chronograph wristwatches originally introduced by in 1969, in honour of the Monaco Grand Prix. The Monaco was revolutionary because it was the first automatic wristwatch with a square case and a chronograph function. American movie star Steve McQueen, a.k.a. the King of Cool, wore the Heuer Monaco in the movie Le Mans. This Monaco was a reference 1133B with an automatic calibre 11 with a blue dial and red details. A cool detail on this model is that the crown is at the left side of the watch (9-hour position), while the pushers are at the right side (2- and 4-hour position). It’s been decades since McQueen’s death but the Heuer Monaco is still nicknamed ‘the Steve McQueen’. The Monaco was discontinued in the ‘70’s. However, it was reissued with a new design in 1998 and introduced yet again, thanks to its popularity, with an entirely new movement in 2003.