Heuer

HEUER

Ref. WK2116
WOT ID: 28439

Ref. WK2116, Serie 2000, steel, box and paper, 2005

HEUER

Ref. 1533B
WOT ID: 21634

Ref. 1533B, Bundeswehr 3 H, steel, manual wind, chronograph, 1980

HEUER

WOT ID: 23387

dashboard-clock , manual wind, chronograph, 1970

HEUER

WOT ID: 20627

dashboard-chrono , manual wind, chronograph, 1958

HEUER

Ref. 1533
WOT ID: 18281

Monaco, Ref. 1533, Steve McQueen, steel, chronograph, original paper, 1978

HEUER

Ref. 1133 B
WOT ID: 21266

Monaco, Ref. 1133 B, Steve McQueen, steel, chronograph, 1972

HEUER

Ref. 73633 B
WOT ID: 22209

Monaco, Ref. 73633 B, steel, manual wind, chronograph, 1970

HEUER

Ref. 1533
WOT ID: 19808

Monaco, Ref. 1533, Steve McQueen, steel, chronograph, ca, 1970

HEUER

Ref. 110.313 R
WOT ID: 12932

Silverstone, Ref. 110.313 R, bordeaux, steel, chronograph, 1974

HEUER

Ref. 110.313 F
WOT ID: 15114

Silverstone, Ref. 110.313 F, fumé, steel, chronograph, ca. 1974

HEUER

Ref. 150.501
WOT ID: 19592

Monza, Ref. 150.501, Black / PVD, steel, chronograph, ca. 1972

TAG HEUER

Ref. cbe2110
WOT ID: 25501

Autavia, Ref. cbe2110, Heritage, steel, box and paper, unworn, 2018

TAG HEUER

Ref. CY 2110
WOT ID: 29177

Autavia, Ref. CY 2110, Jo Siffert Autavia Chrono, steel, box and paper, 2004

HEUER

Ref. 11063 V
WOT ID: 18443

Autavia, Ref. 11063 V, steel, chronograph, perfect original condition, 1980

HEUER

Ref. 11630
WOT ID: 25840

Autavia, Ref. 11630, steel, chronograph, 1975

About Heuer watches
The beginnings of the company reach back to the year 1860, when Edouard Heuer founded his business in Saint-Imier. In 1985 Heuer merged with the TAG group. Henceforth the company was called TAG-Heuer. Since 1999 the Swiss timepieces manufacture is part of the French luxury goods producer Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S.A.. The company’s watchmakers made several revolutionary inventions, such as the first Chronograph with a hundredth of a second in 1916 or the first quartz Chronograph with analogue display in 1983.
In 2005 the first mechanical watch was introduced by Heuer on the market, which offered the precision of a hundredth of a second. Between 1992 and 2003 the company produced the timepieces for Formula 1. Today, the Formula 1 racing stables of Ferrari and McLaren Mercedes still use Heuer’s timekeeping instruments. Since 2004 this is also the case for the American IndyCar racing series. Furthermore, Heuer oversees the official timekeeping of the Ski World Championship in St. Moritz since 2003.