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Heuer has now become a household name - albeit under different ownership than founded it, namely TAG Heuer, which took over in the mid-1980s. 


But the watch here - a 1984 Heuer Ref. 982.058 pewter diver, with its original bracelet - is no ordinary Heuer, which in the years since the mid-1980s has had some...questionable design choices.


The atypical pewter diver for here - only produced for a single year - represents old-school Heuer design, even if it comes in a smaller package. Heuer managed to scale down all the elements of its highly popular Ref. 980 dive watch series - produced beginning in 1979 through 1982 - to make a stunning dive watch, never an easy feat.


The attention to detail and quality is remarkable, and seems more of an achievement with these smaller Heuer cases.  Heuer built these divers to high standards, and rendered these waterproof to 200m – just like their bigger brothers.


Officially labeled as a 28mm diver and 16mm lugs, make no mistake, it’s a small watch - but perfect for an active woman.


This Heuer comes on its original stainless-steel bracelet buckle, and with a spring bar tool and rugged travel case.

1984 Heuer Ref. 982.058 Pewter Womens Diver, w/Original Bracelet

  • DIAL: Spectacular grey Heuer-signed dial, with full-lumed baton hands; date at 3 o’clock position functions as designed.  Dial and handset lume glows strongly.


    CASE: Pewter case measures 28mm (w/o crown, 29mm with) x 31.5mm; matching Heuer-signed caseback.


    CRYSTAL: Mineral crystal, no deep scratches or blemishes.


    BAND: This Heuer comes on its original PVD Heuer bracelet, which will fit an approx. 6.75 inch wrist (or 7.75 inch wrist if the wetsuit extender is used).


    MOVEMENT: Heuer-signed five-jewel hacking ESA quartz movement. 


    CROWN: Heuer-signed stainless-steel crown.