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Quick Impressions of Heuer Verona
In Response To: Heuer Verona ()

I had one of these a long time ago -- the model with the stainless steel case, and black dial. Reference 110.213 N. As shown below.

I enjoyed the watch, but at some point traded it away or sold it. A couple of times, I have tried to buy another Verona, with with no success.

These are nice watches . . . I like the looks a lot and they wear very well. The watch has the relatively clean style of the 1960s Carreras, in a classic-shaped case. After the excesses of the early 1970s -- Calculator, Montreal, Silverstone, etc. -- no doubt that the "third generation" of automatic Heuers was more restrained -- Verona, Jarama, Monza, etc. They wear well, and don't jump off the wrist as much as the second generation models.



: Hi,

: I wondered what people thought about the Heuer Verona (mech;
: automatic)?

: It was a late 70s model they made during the quartz crisis. I
: really like the design of it as it reminds me the Carrera but it
: has dial and subdials all in the same colour.

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