This is a stunning example of a Heuer Carrera 1153 with silver dial, orange chrono hand and reverse panda configuration. The reference 1153 was produced in a very short period between 1969 and 1974. This particular watch is powered by the automatic caliber 12 with hidden microrotor. This movement is the improved successor to the famous Heuer caliber 11, one of the first automatic chronograph movements in watch history.
The great overall condition of this watch makes it very valuable. It is in pristine conditions. The dial is in perfect condition without any imperfections. All functions of the watch have been tested and run flawlessly.
This Carrera has a beautiful configuration with many eye-catching elements. The stainless steel case has a nice tonneau shape. The chronograph pushers are on the right and the Heuer crown on the left. Silvered, brushed dial with two gray sub registers that sometimes seem almost blue and the date window at 6 o'clock. The integrated, gray tachymeter scale with white lettering. Orange chronograph hand. The tritium lume is evenly aged in all elements and has a creamy color.
One of the most iconic chronographs in the world, with a one of a kind historical movement and in a condition you would definitely have a hard time finding another one like it.