1000 Series (Heuer)

The Heuer 1000 Professional series began life as the reference 844 and its quartz equivalent the 8440. While the early watches were made in France by Monnin, later watches were made in Switzerland. Following the early success of the 844, the model range expanded with a new case design to include a variety of dial colours and case materials.

The series was not branded as the “1000” until 1984, but it is by this name that the watches are best known.

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