Heuer Rowing Stopwatch Reference 403.914
Heuer was the leading stopwatch maker for decades prior to the rise of the digital stopwatch and the company's acquisition by Techniques d'Avant Garde and renaming as TAG Heuer in 1985. This Heuer Rowing stopwatch reference 403.914 dates to the 1970s or early 1980s and is an appropriate timekeeper to offer for sale at Rowing Blazers. It is designed to count the stroke rate of a rower or rowing team. The idea is to activate the stopwatch when a stroke begins and as soon as 4 strokes are completed to stop it at the identical point at which the stopwatch was started to show the stroke rate of the rower or team. This is a rare and neat piece of Heuer and rowing history. Curated by Wind Vintage. Ships separately. Please allow an additional 7-10 days for delivery.
The watch measures at approximately 61.5mm in diameter excluding crown and is made of a hard plastic. It features a plastic sticker on the case back over the Heuer shield logo that may be original to the stopwatch.