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Heuer introduced the Sebring – its dash-mounted split-second timer – around 1960. Sebrings utilized two movements – until 1967, they utilized the A. Schild 1564R movement; after that date, they were powered by the Valjoux 7711 movement. Sebrings using the earlier 1564R movement are easily identified by their asymmetrical pushers; the left pusher (which controls the split-second hand) is closer to the crown than the right pusher (which resets all hands). Throughout its life, the Sebring was available in both a Standard model (also called “seconds only”) and a Decimal model (which added an outer track to show hundredths of seconds).
Click on the photograph of either model shown below to see additional photographs of that model.For information about the relative values of the Sebrings, go to Sebring on our Values page.
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