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  1. P.C.

    P.C. Jan 8, 2016

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    Hello all, My first post! I have been unable to both idenify what model # year etc this lcd Heuer is. Any ideas also does anybody have any suggestions on where the best place to try and buy one is. being an LCD most high end vintage watch sellers don't seem to be interested?
    Any good auction sites worth check out ( apart from ebay of course)
    Thanks all.
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  2. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jan 9, 2016

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    Hi. These are hard. I haven't seen this case used before, but I have seen the dial. Heuer did some "quirky" 1970s LCDs, such as this one
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    But documentation on this isn't great.

    I assume that you are looking at this old eBay auction? Looks like the reference is 927.387....but I'm not familiar with it
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  3. P.C.

    P.C. Jan 10, 2016

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    Thanks D.C one day I'll find one!
     
  4. Eoushkum

    Eoushkum Mar 18, 2020

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    Hey P.C. I was trying to get more info on this reference so I was browsing this forum. I know it's 4 years later but I actually have this exact reference for sale with box in near-perfect condition. If you're still interested in this watch I'll sell for $599 USD. I can send you more info (pictures, eBay link, details about watch) via personal message.
     
  5. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 18, 2020

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    Would love to write more about this watch. Do you know which digital calibre was used and what the watch reference number is? Would love to see some high res photos

    David
     
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  6. P.C.

    P.C. Mar 18, 2020

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    PM sent. thanks
     
  7. Eoushkum

    Eoushkum Mar 19, 2020

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    D514F6AF-FD6A-4B41-84F7-B40DE84BC825.jpeg 546FFBA7-BF9F-4B8B-9915-BDC9D152CA3C.jpeg 2790343B-8275-4173-B3DF-63CBF7972979.jpeg 625212C7-7C65-4BD4-B5CA-17F3C01C276E.jpeg DB840824-DF78-43C9-8609-3B38C14CDCC9.jpeg It's a 927.387 reference Heuer, I'm not sure
    Hey all,
    This is a reference 927.387 Heuer. I’m not exactly sure of the caliber movement used but it may be a 105 as it’s an early LCD model. Here are some pics:
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  8. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Mar 21, 2020

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    That's pretty cool - I really like the simplicity of the design.
     
  9. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 22, 2020

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  10. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Mar 22, 2020

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    How come these two designs have the same part number? Is the oblong part on the dial just where it's 'failed' or is it two different designs?