A rare treat for all you omega lovers - classic 1970s watch using the latest electronic technology and the cutting edge of its time . A great find , used watch in very nice condition . This is serious quality and these electronic watches are getting very collectable . The movement is based around Bullova's Accutron system of using a tuning fork that is vibrated by small electro magnets and the vibrations are used as the power source for the watches mechanical movement . It is extremely accurate and allowed Omega to market them with a chronometer badge . Swiss made and it really shows with this fantastic build quality , being hewed out of solid stainless steel for the case and bracelet . It is very heavy and you certainly know it is on your wrist . This model is a fine example in used but extremely nice condition with only faint hairline scratches to the crystal with a tiny chip near 10 o clock hardly noticeable .The case and bracelet are fabulous with just marks from very light use and no heavy dings or stresses . Time is shown on a sunken dial in brushed silver with smart chrome batons and a quick set date , all displayed in a retro cone shaped case . Slight discolouring of the Omega badge . It is running perfectly and holding time ( here the classic accutron humming when you put it to your ear ) . Fits up to a large 7 3/4" wrist and large dimensions all round on this serious mans retro watch . 

Watch dimensions
Top case to bottom  46mm , side to side ( without crown ) 41mm , thickness ( crystal to back cover ) 13.5mm and the crystal diameter is 31mm . 

Price    £250 + postage



Price: £250.00