Tag Heuer Launched New Monaco V4 Limited Edition Watch at Basel

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TAG Heuer launched a revolutionary concept shocked the world of watchmaking at BaselWorld 2004: Tag Heuer Monaco V4 replica automatic watches. Subversion of the basic principles of watchmaking, the use of belts and ball bearings instead of the traditional gear shaft and gears. As a limited edition of just 150 watches the Monaco V4 is a great looking watch that is as fun to watch in operation as it is to show off. Plus, it is the only Tag Heuer watch I know of made from platinum (170 grams of it). This time, the Swiss watchmaker has come up with the Monaco V4 Titanium watch.
At stunning reproduction 2007 Basel World Watch Fair, officially unveiled the first trial production Monaco V4 sample form. TAG Heuer also innovation. The watch movement uses a series of transmission belts instead of pinions. The belts are the smallest made anywhere and still have a thin steel wire in them for strength.
Product innovation, prudent method validation, groundbreaking research and development process, using lots of high-end mathematics, physics and computer simulations, so watch the birth closer to the aircraft industry. Combining Ruthenium, Ceramic and Titanium, the TAG Heuer Monaco V4 Titanium makes a bold statement, and bears a close resemblance to the Rose Gold model, as both the models share the same 41mm “New Generation” V4 case. The titanium has been used for the case, hour markers, hands, crown and the folding buckle.
The watch also uses mini ball bearings instead of "rubies" that are commonly used in watches for low friction between gears and palettes. It is the timepiece that you never thought Tag Heuer would make. While the original V4 was limited to 150 units and the Rose Gold model was restricted to 60 pieces, the new replica TAG Heuer Monaco V4 Titanium is a limited edition of only 200 pieces.Adhering to the essence of the perfect continuation of today's Monaco V4 has been redesigned, but the basic principle remains the same: belts, ball bearings, linear oscillating weight, the shape of the V-shaped cylinder sports car barrel. Monaco V4 also plans to acquire the Swiss official Observatory (COSC) chronometer certification.

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