4000 Series

The TAG Heuer 4000 was introduced in 1990 and displayed the brand’s direction of “softening” the edges of the previous dive series- similar traits can be seen in the later 6000 series.

The 4000 is distinguished by the split of the TAG Heuer logo between the case and the bezel (the Heuer element rotating with the bezel).

The 4000 is one of the few TAG Heuer or Heuer models not to offer a chronograph variant.


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Ultimate Guide to the TAG Heuer 4000

The TAG Heuer 4000 series launched in 1990 as a mid-range sports watch. Despite being part of the range until 1998/9, the 4000 is one of the lesser-known models of the 1990s and perhaps suffers from not really having its own distinct identity. Trivia buffs know the 4000 as being one of the only mainstream Heuer or TAG Heuer watch… Read More



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