This sale is for a Titus Tuning Fork Watch .A lot of collectors out there know why this looks nearly identical to omegas f300Hz divers watches , this is because Titus used Omegas ex stock to make there own versions of this watch . They rebranded the dial and used their own hands . The back cover would originally have had Omegas Seamaster badge but has been machined out and restamped with Titus symbol . These are the poorer cousin but a lot rarer .
High grade watch and cutting edge technology of its time . Based around Bulova's Accutron system using a tuning fork that is vibrated by electromagnets . The vibrations are used as a power source for the watch mechanical parts . The movement is a Mosaba ESA 9162 which is also used by Omega , IWC , Eterna , Tissot , Zenith , Certina , Baume and Rado as well as others . Circa 1969 to 1976 .
- Condition - In perfect working order and keeping time . A used watch but this one is in excellent condition . Often these models have seized screws that hold the bracelet to the case and removable spare links . Not this watch , not seized screws . The rotating bezel is near perfect , the bracelet is FULL length , only minimal scratches or marks . Please check all pictures for a full description .
- Age / Circa - Made in the 1970s
- Movement - Tuning fork electronic movement ESA 9162 . Hear the classic Accutron hum when you put the watch to your ear . .
- Dial - Black divers with lume hands and hours , quick set date window at 3 . The hands show some slight corrosion . I have never seen one of these models that doesn't .
- Crystal - Mineral glass .
- Case - Tonneau shape , stainless steel in brushed finish with screw back cover . Featuring screw down crown , rotating bezel and two part case ( screws are also nice and free ) .
- Case Size - 44mm top to bottom 38mm side to side ( without crown ) and 11.5mm depth
- Bracelet - Original , integral , all stainless steel . Full length with all original links , fits max 8" wrist and adjustable to any smaller size .