Tag Heuer Monaco V4 Tourbillon

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In 2004, TAG Heuer changed the course of watchmaking by unveiling the Monaco V4 Concept Watch, the world’s first watch with belt drives, linear mass and ball bearings.

The V4 name derived from the V-shaped main plate on which the movement's four barrels are mounted: the 2-by-2 belt series on ball bearings are angled at +/-13 degrees, and look like the cylinders in a Formula 1 motor-racing engine.

And Now TAG Heuer has unveiled a brand new version of its Monaco watch, the V4 Tourbillon, which can lay claim to being the world’s first belt-driven tourbillon. The stunning watch features a black titanium carbide case features a partially skeletonized dial that reveals the unique belt-driven movement that powers the watch. Completing the stealthy look is a beautiful hand-stitched black alligator leather strap with a black titanium carbide clasp. Check out Tag Heuer Monaco V4 Tourbillon photos and video


Tag Heuer Monaco V4 Tourbillon video

Limited to 50 pieces, the Monaco V4 Tourbillon will retail for 150,000 Swiss francs, which is equivalent to US$169,000.
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