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This sale is for a Omega Seamaster 720Hz Megasonic Lobster  Bracelet Electronic Watch .

Loads of info can be found online about the Megasonic which was an in house development  made by Omega 

" Omega Megasonic : Without doubt, the most unique and strangest tuning fork watch ever made! In 1973, Omega introduced the Calibre 1220 (date) and 1230 (day and date) “Megasonic 720 Hz” watches to the Basle Fair. The calibre was developed by Max Hetzel, the inventor of the Bulova Accutron. "

Named as Lobster due to the bracelet . An amazing example and never to be found again as it is new and yet straight from the 1970s . It is so rare being a lobster and a Megasonic and brand new . There is no box or paperwork and no guarantee of waterproof but it is never to be seen again in new condition .


  • Condition - New Old Stock condition and the only way you will find a mark would be with a magnifying loupe and pretty insignificant . Every thing is working perfectly and the movement keeps great time . Date wheel works as it should . No guarantee for waterproof .
  • Age / Circa - Made in Switzerland , Circa 1976 .
  • Movement - Swiss Omega Cal 1230 movement . 
  • Dial - Stunning clear bi tone blue dial . Furnished with nickel chromium hour batons and hands and red Omega badge at 12 . Quick set day/date window at 3 ( the date is French )  .
  • Crystal - Original mineral glass .
  • Case - Omega ref 198.0042 .  All stainless steel , heavy two part ( removable case that houses the movement will push out from the outer case) case with screw back cover .
  • Case Size - 44mm top to bottom 40mm side to side ( without crown ) and 14mm depth
  • Bracelet - Omega ref 1212 203 . Original and FULL length bracelet , unworn , unstretched and mark free .

Omega Seamaster 720 Hz Megasonic Lobster Watch Vintage Circa 1970s NOS NEW

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