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During the 1970's Heuer sold many stopwatches like Trackmaster and Trackstar - like this vibrant blue Heuer Trackmaster Ref. 8047 sixty minute mechanical stopwatch, with its original Heuer box, warranty paperwork, and hang tag.


Trackmaster movements are quite accurate and reliable, with a regulation tolerance of +- 1.5 sec. per hour.  Heuer’s sporty Trackmaster line was a departure from its 'professional' stopwatches for industry and science applications, which had precision anchor movements (Calibre 7700 series with high frequency 36000 bph, with a regulation tolerance of 0.5 seconds per hour).

Not many of Heuer’s brightly colored Trackmaster stopwatches have survived in new-old stock condition, and the example on offer here is winding and running in as new condition, and all color-coded bands on the pushers are intact (usually the first thing to wear on these Trackmasters).

Heuer launched its Trackmaster line ciraca 1969, and sold them into the 1980's. However, Heuer mechanical stopwatches, with one notable exception, were no longer emphasized after the early 80's.  Heuer pioneered electronic LCD based stopwatches and sold these aggressively, which effectively ended its stopwatches, such as the Trackmaster here.

This Trackmaster comes with a travel case, original box, warranty paperwork, and hang tag.

Near NOS 1970s Heuer Trackmaster Ref. 8047 Stopwatch, w/Box & Paperwork

  • DIAL: Beautiful near new-old stock signed dial.


    CASE: Plastic-coated resin case measures 65.5mm x 74mm in great condition.  White lanyard rope is in solid condition, no staining nor fraying.


    CRYSTAL: Intact crystal, no blemishes or deep scratches.


    MOVEMENT: Heuer manual mechanical movement.


    CROWN/PUSHERS: Unsigned stainless steel crown; matching minute and second hand reset pushers.  Green-banded pusher winds movement and starts the timer, red-banded pusher halts it, and black-banded pusher resets all hands to zero.

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