Sunday Rewind The Underappreciated Heuer Diver Professional
Given the apparently unending affection there is for plunge watches, it is of little amazement that some important models may become lost despite a general sense of vigilance of current excitement, standing ready with the expectations of a gleam up to call their own. In this piece from the Fall of 2016, HODINKEE alum Louis Westphalen diagrams a watch that, while absolutely not a failed to remember relic from the beginning of jumping, may merit a greater amount of your consideration – the Heuer Diver Professional.
Something of a last hurrah for Heuer at the last part of the ’70s, the Heuer Diver Professional came in a few forms, sizes, and tones, all contribution a more available interpretation of the styling of the famous Rolex Sub while mixing in a lot of what made Heuer (and later TAG Heuer) fantastic. While we’ve currently seen TAG Heuer develop into the well known Aquaracer line up, the Diver Professional is a fascinating piece of the brand’s story during the tumult of the 1980s – and hello, who doesn’t cherish a lume dial?
Click here to peruse: “Authentic Perspectives – Why The Heuer Dive Professional Deserves A Lot More Credit Than It Gets”