Heuer 300SLR Caliber 1887 Limited Edition Review

Heuer 300SLR Caliber 1887 Limited Edition Review

Heuer – or TAG Heuer – only got limited attention here at Fratellowatches, but that’s going to change today. Recently, I had the opportunity to see the Heuer 300 SLR and TAG Heuer Carrera Caliber 1887 in the flesh and handled both of them. The Heuer 300 SLR is a chronograph to my liking, the column wheel in-house chronograph (although some voices whisper Seiko when discussing this movement) is a very straight-forward but impressive movement. The sleek case design with its elegant lugs and chronograph pushers and the brown dial with orange details make this 300SLR a great tribute to 1960s chronograph watches. Also, true Heuer fans will be excited that this watch has no sign of the TAG logo, it’s Heuer only this time.

I’ve written a  Heuer 300 SLR review on Watchuseek, like I will do with a lot of future posts that will be too long to post here. However, I will always keep you informed here at Fratellowatches for such long posts/reviews.

Click here to read my Heuer 300SLR Review at Watchuseek’s TAG Heuer forum.

Thanks to Dimer for the incredible nice photographs of the 300 SLR and Ace Jewelers for letting me fiddle around with these watches.

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Robert-Jan Broer
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Robert-Jan Broer

Ever since he was a young child, Robert-Jan was drawn to watches, even though it were digital Casio and quartz Swatch models at the time. In the mid-1990s, his interest increased when he started to read about mechanical watches in... read more

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