From 1916 through to the 1960s & 1970s, watch enthusiasts can discover Heuer's history with these exceptional timepieces on display. Highlights include:
1916 - HEUER MIKROGRAPH
The first stopwatch accurate to 1/100th of a second equipped with an oscillating pinion. Timepiece used for the Olympic Games in 1920, 1924, 1928
1969 - HEUER MONACO
Considered as a revolutionary wrist-chronograph movement - calibre11 with a microrotor as well as the first square cased and water-resistant chronograph. It became an icon on the wrist of Hollywood super star, Steve McQueen, who was wearing a blue one in the move Le Mans.
1974 - HEUER AUTAVIA
This reference of Autavia is one of the most colourful, far from the black and white versions of the 60's. The yellow hand on the 2nd timezone ensures a great legibility on the black charcoal dial
1976 - HEUER MONZA
Launched for Niki Lauda Formula 1 World Champion title with Ferrari in 1975.
1977 - HEUER SKIPPER
Skipper on the cushion case of the Autavia, specially designed to time the countdown to the start of a yacht race by converting the 30-minute recorder to a 15-minute recorder, and making a recorder to count down from 15 minutes. Legibility was enhanced by dividing this countdown recorder into red, white and blue sections
& MANY MORE
Don't miss this unique opportunity to discover TAG Heuer's Museum in Motion exhibition.