This sale is for a Omega Constellation Electroquartz f8192Hz Watch 

A very collectible Omega with a rare quartz movement , in perfect working order and fabulous cosmetic condition .


Circa 1970s watch using the latest electronic technology and cutting edge of its time. This Omega is one of only two different models that they made with the seriously rare Beta 21 movement . This was also fitted to no less than IWC , Longines Patek Philippe and Rolex so it is in the best of company . The movement makes a low humming noise much like Bulovas Accutron and uses similar technology to the tuning fork module . Vibrations are caused by small electro magnets and the vibrations are used as the power source for the watches mechanical movement. It was extremely accurate and the beta 21 set a new record in 1969 with deviation of 0.004 seconds per day .


  • Condition - Great condition and appears to have had light use only . No real marks or dings , just some light usage marks here and there so please see all pictures . In perfect working order , keeping time . The only slight thing is the date ticks over a few hours early . A very easy fix for a watchmaker if it matters to you .
  • Age / Circa - Made in the 1970s
  • Movement - Early quartz / electronic movement . Tissot caliber 2030 . 
  • Dial - Stunning blue dial with white hands and hour markers . A red Omega badge is at 12 and opposite at 6 is the red date window . The dial is clean and excellent condition .
  • Crystal - Mineral Glass , scratch free . 
  • Case - Coffin shape case with wedge profile for easier viewing . All stainless steel with back cover held down by 4 machine screws .
  • Case Size - 44mm top to bottom 38mm side to side ( without crown ) and 14.5mm depth
  • Bracelet - Genuine and original to this watch . All stainless steel and full original 16 link length . Fits max 7 3/4" wrist .

Omega Constellation Electroquartz f8192Hz Electronic Beta 21 Watch . 1970s