Heuer Kentucky

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Heuer Kentucky is a wristwatch by Heuer

In 1977 Heuer presented this wrist chronograph with the self-winding movement Valjoux 7750. Characteristic design feature was the horseshoe-shaped housing with two distinctive screws below the dial.

In subsequent models of the same name, according to that time, one switched to quartz technology. There was a three-hand watch and a LCD watch. The latter has only the typical housing shape with the mechanics model in common, the former merely the name of the watch.


750.703 Valjoux 7750
750.153 Valjoux 7754
105.703 LCD watch, quartz movement, acrylic glas
102.713 LCD watch bicolor
361.705 Three-hand quartz watch


Self-winding chronograph movement Valjoux 7750 (variant: Valjoux 7754)
17 jewels
Power reserve 42 h


Stainless steel (variants: steel/gold, gold coating)
Horseshoe-shaped, two big screws below
Ø 39 mm, H 14 mm
Mineral glass, quartz version: acrylic glass
Screw-in back


Black, silver, dark blue
Indices and hands with luminous material


Hours, minutes, small seconds, day of week, date
Chronograph: 12-hours, 30-minutes and central 60-seconds counter


Integrated stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp


Collectors copies depending on the state approx. 1.600 € (mechanical movement), approx. 350-500 € (quartz movement)