1970’s Heuer Autavia 73463


Heuer was at the forefront of the race to develop the world’s first automatic chronograph movement. In 1969, Heuer, along with other Swiss watchmakers, unveiled the Calibre 11, one of the first automatic chronograph movements. The Autavia became one of the first watch models to be equipped with this groundbreaking movement, marking a significant milestone in watchmaking history.

The Heuer Autavia 73463 from the 1970s is a classic chronograph watch that embodies the spirit of motorsports and aviation. Featuring a robust stainless steel case and a distinctive brushed silver dial, vibrant orange accents with contrasting sub-dials, this timepiece exudes vintage charm. The rotating bezel, marked with a tachymeter scale, adds functionality for timing racing events. Powered by a reliable manual-wind movement, the Autavia 73463 offers precise timekeeping and chronograph functions, making it a beloved choice for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Interesting Fact “While the Autavia line was discontinued around 1985 for a period, it was revived in the 2010s due to growing interest in vintage timepieces.”

Dial Colour: Silver

Collection: Autavia

Style: Male

Case Material: Steel

Case Diameter (mm): 42mm

Clasp: Original Sun Buckle

Strap: Black Leather

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Mechanical Val 7734

Water Resistance: N/A

Features: Date at 6 O’clock, Chronograph

Stock Code: TAG195

The watch comes with a two year guarantee.


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