Heuer Calculator Reference Number 110.633 Questions

  1. RandyTime

    RandyTime Jul 24, 2015

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    I would like some information on the Calculator 110.633.

    I know that is 45.5 mm wide but I would like to know the exact lug to lug measurement since the lugs are integral to the case and do not extend past the edge of the case.

    Also width bracelet or strap does the Calculator have? Also on the original corfam strap or steel bracelet is the the buckle 16mm?

    Final question, how many Heuer Calculators were manufactured in their 8 year run from 1972 to 1980? I assume the answer would be in Amo Haslinger's book Heuer Chronographs, but I cannot find a copy.

    Thanks in advance for answers.
     
  2. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jul 25, 2015

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    Hi,

    I don't have the exact case measurements, nor the production numbers- sorry. We don't have anything other than estimates for production numbers of vintage Heuers and even then, that work has only been done for the Carrera and Autavia. Arno's book doesn't have this data.

    The lugs are 22mm and the standard corfam straps taper to 16mm.

    There are several styles of bracelet that were offered over the years- this is the one that my Calculator had

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  3. Rdgkev

    Rdgkev Nov 2, 2017

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    I recently came intona calculator that matches your photo it needs a restoration but hiw do i determine the build date? The piece works fine. Just would like to know what i have here. It almost ended up in a shredder at a recycling plant.
     
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  4. Rdgkev

    Rdgkev Nov 5, 2017

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    I put this on a different thread but got no feed back so let's try this.
    I came into a calculator it almost went into a shredder at a recycling plant. One jeweler out of philly offered 400 for it after seeing the photos. I've seen just one button cost that much for this watch. It works great. It does need a new crystal (scratches) rotating bezzle is scratched and has wear but works. Im not a collector. I guess i want to know if i should move the peice as a whole or allow 20171031_165420.jpg it to be parted out? Its being taken to get a written COA from a approved appraiser.
     
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  5. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Nov 5, 2017

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    Very nice! That looks to be in very good condition.

    No way of determining the date unfortunately, although based on this NSA bracelet I would expect that this is one of the earlier models, as it looks to share the bracelet with the Montreal (https://www.calibre11.com/heuer-montreal/), so early-mid 1970s
     
  6. dtf

    dtf Nov 5, 2017

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    Take a look on sold prices online. 400 seems low
     
  7. Hubert

    Hubert Nov 5, 2017

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    Please don't start duplicate threads. Merging them.
     
  8. Rdgkev

    Rdgkev Jan 19, 2018

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    Hello. Its been awhile since ive been on the forum. Id like to give everyon some words of caution. The calculator i have was put on ebay a few days ago. My step father took care of this with the aid of a jeweler who verified the peice. There has been some response from the uk that ebay security informed us was a case of identity theft. Be careful everyone.
     
  9. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Jan 21, 2018

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    Thanks for the update and warning.