OMEGA is the last letter of the Greek alphabet and symbolises accomplishment and perfection - qualities that have been inherent in every OMEGA watch since the company's founding by Louis Brandt in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, in 1848. The brand's reputation for innovation and quality has led to numerous awards over the company's 150-year history, starting as early as 1900 with the Grand Prix at the Paris World Fair and continuing with the world precision record of 97.8 points at the Kew-Teddington observatory in England in 1936.
OMEGA went on to be official timekeeper at no less than 21 Olympic Games, bringing numerous innovations to Olympic sports over the years, such as the first electronic timekeeping at the Helsinki games in 1952 - the same year in which the company was awarded the Olympic Cross of Merit for its outstanding contribution to sport.
This piece boasts a rectangular dial with gold casing and a light brown leather strap. It is in excellent condition as shown in photos. Enquire for more details.
Model Number: TBC Year: c.1990s Scope of delivery: Watch only Condition: (2) Excellent Condition Detail: Excellent condition with little sign of wear. Movement: Quartz Case Width: 24x28mm Case Material:C Gold on Steel Lug Type: Normal Lug Width: 18mm Strap Length: N/A - adjustable buckle Strap Material: Leather Complications: Hours, Minutes Review Credit: The Watch Guy
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