Solunar

The first Heuer Solunar was launched in 1949 and was designed to help fishermen work out the high and low tides. These watches were developed in partnership with the US retailer Abercrombie & Fitch.

The Solunar was reintroduced in 1976 with a new 45mm case design and rotating bezel, this time powered by an ETA 2790-1 automatic movement.

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