Verona

The Heuer Verona was launched in 1978 and was one of the last new watches to use Heuer’s own Chronomatic Calibre 12 movement. The Verona shares many design traits with the Carrera, albeit in a less sporty package.

The Verona was available with a wide range of movements, including the Calibre 12, as well as analogue and digital quartz models.

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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Verona

The Heuer Verona was launched in 1978 and showed that even in the grip of the quartz crisis, Heuer still knew how to make a beautiful classic chronograph. While most of the 1970s was about bright colours and over-sized funky cases, the Verona turned back the clock to the clean, elegant design of the first Carrera from 1963- a simple… Read More

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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Digital Watches

Collectors often reflect on the 1970s as being the most dynamic decade in Heuer’s history, a case that’s easy to mount when you look at the combination of the ground-breaking Chronomatic movement and a roll-call of famous names-  Monaco, Carrera, Autavia, Silverstone and Montreal, to name but a few. The other reason that the 1970s stands out is that at… Read More

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