The TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph

The TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph is a limted edition time piece that features a 43mm stainless steel case, a black “Barenia” leather perforated strap and comes in a unique box created by South African artist Paul du Toit, to be auctioned off with the proceeds going to help fund muscular dystrophy research. If thats not enough, there’s a hidden poisoned dart shooter embedded inside the gears for fending off henchman, evil geniuses or watch snobs that will be gawking at your wrist. Imagine? Should’ve stayed in spy school. Tag Heuer

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