The 2000 Series came out in a dizzingly array of models during the 80s and 90s, which was said to be the lifeblood of the brand during their transition from Heuer, the Exclusive was one of the last though back in 2002 before it became known as the ‘Aquaracer’. The case is thicker and heavier than before measuring 38mm in diameter and 42mm from lug to lug, still a good size for today’s man. The dial is pure white and clean with the logo in the centre, there are luminous markers, quick set date at 3 o’ clock and luminous baton-shaped hands, all under a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The unidirectional rose gold bezel is what sets this watch apart, it rotates and dazzles us with the well known ‘Click’ as it turns. The crown can screw in/lock and features the logo, case back is embossed with the logo and screws in. Model numbers are WN1150 but have been polished out over time. It features the original strap in stainless steel with a double lock clasp, s/n BA0309 and measures approximately 7.1” or 18cm. Overall the watch is in a lovely condition for its age. The watch comes with an original box (it’s seen better days) and an instruction booklet. It has not been pressure sealed, so water resistance is not guaranteed.