1970's Heuer Calculator Ref. 110.633
The Heuer, "Calculator, Automatic Chronograph," Ref. 110633. oversized, tonneau-shaped, water-resistant, self-winding stainless steel left-handed wristwatch with round button chronograph, registers, date, bezel with a slide rule.
Standing at a beefy 45mm in diameter with a 15.5mm thick case, there’s no forgetting the Heuer calculator is on your wrist. It’s big, It essentially looks like a cushion case Autavia took a large dosage of steroids and bezel. The two-register subdial design and the orange hands are very recognizable for ’70s Heuers. You’ll mostly find black dial Calculators (with and without orange accents), but Heuer also produced a blue dial version such as the one we are featuring here. Over its decade-long run, the Calculator was powered by the calibers 15 and 11, and the Valjoux 7740 – all of which place the crown on the opposite side of the case to the pushers.
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The case is believed to remain unpolished displaying excellent factoring finishing, bevels, and dimensions. The bezel shows almost no signs of use and retains all of its original enamel. The case retains its original fluted pump pushers and Heuer signed crown. The original acrylic crystal exhibits some light crazing throughout. The original Heuer signed NSA bracelet is in wonderful condition as well and displays only slight stretch from use.
The matte blue dial is in perfect original condition with no imperfections or aging.
The tritium inlay makers have aged to a lovely creamy patina and exhibit no degradation when inspected under U.V. light. The original and vibrant orange tritium hands are in excellent condition and the lume matches the dial perfectly, showing no degradation under U.V. light inspection.
None. the watch just received a full service and comes backed by a 1- year warranty on accurate timekeeping.