Heuer – or TAG Heuer – just stood out enough to be noticed here at Fratellowatches, however that’s going to change today. As of late, I had the chance to see the Heuer 300 SLR and TAG Heuer Carrera Caliber 1887 in the fragile living creature and dealt with the two of them. The Heuer 300 SLR is a chronograph however I would prefer, the section wheel in-house chronograph (albeit a few voices murmur Seiko while examining this development) is an exceptionally straight-forward yet amazing development. The smooth case plan with its rich hauls and chronograph pushers and the earthy colored dial with orange subtleties make this 300SLR an incredible accolade for 1960s chronograph watches. Additionally, genuine Heuer fans will be energized that this watch has no indication of the TAG logo, it’s Heuer only this time.
I’ve composed a Heuer 300 SLR on Watchuseek, similar to I will do with a great deal of future posts that will be too long to even think about posting here. Nonetheless, I will consistently keep you educated here at Fratellowatches for such long posts/reviews.
Thanks to Dimer for the inconceivable pleasant photos of the 300 SLR and for allowing me to mess with these watches.