1966 Omega Seamaster 300 165.024


The Omega Seamaster 300 165.024 is known as the “Big Triangle” well because it had a large triangle lume plot at 12. Created in 1962 the watches were built to be robust diving watches, that could be battered and bruised without impacting the functions of the watch. They were even commissioned by the British Royal Navy due to their durability. You can see the desirability of this watch to be used for a tool watch, with its sword hands for legibility and large wide set bezel for trouble free use when diving.

You cant help but love the rich history of a vintage tool watch. In amazing condition for a watch originally delivered to the UK in 1966, showing some age and use as you would expect. The watch has had a light professional polish and the hands relumed in the past.

Interesting Fact ” The Omega Seamaster 300 cases were made by two different manufacturers Huguenin Frères (HF), and Centrale Boîtes (CB). This watch is tamped HF and can be located on the inside of the case back.”

Dial Colour: Black

Collection: Seamaster 300 165.024

Style: Male

Case Material: Stainless Steel

Case Diameter (mm): 42 mm

Clasp: Buckle

Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet 117/1-633

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Automatic Cal 552

Water Resistance: N/A

Special Feature: N/A

Stock Code: OMG306

The watch comes with the original box and an extract from the archives, plus a two year guarantee.


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