Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063
Heuer Autavia Skipper 11063

Heuer Autavia Skipper (Ref. 11063V) Black Dial


The Heuer Skipper, a fantastic tool watch produced and built for yacht racing, starring a large, colorful 15-minute counter for tracking the countdown start of a yacht race. The red, white and blue sub-dial is divided in five-minute sections, each indicating a period in the lead up to a regatta to allow yacht pilots to gain every second of an edge.

Heuer Vintage Logo

The Heuer Skipper can be seen in a handful of variants over a spread of decades but resides as a very low production Heuer chronograph model within the Heuer timepiece lineup. Heuer acquired cases from other models for the Skipper since not many were produced. The original "Skippererra" used a Carrera case, and then the compressor-style straight lug Autavia cases were implemented. The last versions of the Heuer Skipper received the cushion shaped Autavia case. What's even more fantastic about the version we are featuring here at Craft & Tailored is that this specific Heuer Autavia Skipper features a black glossy dial instead of the more commonly seen blue dial Heuer Skipper Autavia's 

 

Stock # HURAUTSK1
Brand Heuer
Style Regatta Chronograph
Model Autavia
Serial N/A
Size Mens
Material Stainless
Dial Black
Millimeters 42mm
Strap Rally Style Strap

 

CASE & BRACELET

The original case has been previously polished but is in overall outstanding condition showing minor wear from age and general use. The original rotating tachymeter bezel shows little wear and has taken on a slight fade. The Heuer signed crown and pump pushers are original to the watch and also remain in original condition.

DIAL & HANDS

The original dial is in excellent original condition. The original handset is in excellent condition with matching patina.

ACCESSORIES 

None. The watch is running at Cosc spec, previous service history is unknown.