The Heuer Daytona was introduced in 1976 and offered an innovative new “soft-form” rounded design with an integrated steel bracelet. The Daytona range consisted of two models- a Blue dial and a “Fume” dial- both featuring the Calibre 12 automatic movement.

While prices for 1960s Heuer watches have dramatically escalated in the last few years, prices for the 1976-79 generation of models still offer great value.


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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Daytona

While the first watch that comes to mind when you think about a vintage Daytona watch is probably the venerable Rolex model, the Heuer Daytona is one of the more interesting Heuer Chronographs from the 1970s. Introduced in 1976, the Daytona is in some ways the beginning of the end- one of the last all-new series launched to use the… Read More



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