1. Stainless

    Stainless Oct 20, 2019

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    Hi all
    I have a 11630 P.
    I was informed that the 11630P had different backs.
    What are the differences?
    Added is a pic of my 11630P's back 20191020_124705.jpg 20191020_124647.jpg
     
  2. Gambba

    Gambba Oct 25, 2019

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    I am not sure there’s any real differences in the casing aspect over the 11630 model.

    The differences between the 11630 models is in the dial colours, hand colours and bezel primarily. The case changed when case supplier changed, and yours has the Piquerez case indicated by the shallow and stepped caseback.

    I believe the 11630P should have bright orange hour marker lines around the outer edge of the dial, which yours does not appear to have, unless they’ve just faded.
     
  3. Stainless

    Stainless Oct 28, 2019

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    Thanks for the info
    Above each fluo hour marker is indeed a fine bright orange line, but when I take a pic of it, it shows less orange.
    See added pic 20191028_081652.jpg
     
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  4. Gambba

    Gambba Oct 28, 2019

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    Much better shot and that really highlights those markers that are synonymous with the 11630P :thumbsup:

    You even captured the bezel better and the watch looks to be in great condition. I’m a big fan of the 11630’s as actually prefer the openings being on e rear rather than the front as was the case on the earlier 11063 model. I’ve got an Autavia book at home and will see if there’s any info in it that pertains to the 11630P, although doubt it will add to what’s available online, but doesn’t hurt.

    Here’s my 11630MH

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  5. Gambba

    Gambba Oct 28, 2019

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    Nothing in the book that provides anything additional, but some nice pics of the 11630P.

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  6. Stainless

    Stainless Oct 30, 2019

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    That is a nice watch too.
    My father was a diver and trained an teached me also.
    In 1981 when I became 18 he gave me this Heuer. He purchased it for 18000 Belgian Frank's (450 €). I used it for diving for 15 years and then shifted to a diving computer.
    9 years ago the watch has been serviced. I still wear it a lot and she works perfect.
    What would be the value Today?