About this watch

Omega divers’ watches are amongst the most sought after and rapidly appreciating divers watches on the market. Since the introduction of the famous Seamaster 300 Professional Divers watch in 1957 they have remained at the very cutting edge of divers’ watch making, continually innovating and as a result over the was 60+ years have produced some of the most remarkable and timeless Divers watches.

This Omega Seamaster 120 M Divers watches dates to circa 1979/1980 and in recent years’ values for these pieces have risen rapidly. It was the range topper for Omega in the early 1980’s, featuring the famous 1300 family movement (Omegas last high end in house quartz movement). The case is solid stainless steel and although no safe queen the condition is very good and completely original.

The watch features luminous dial and hands and a sapphire glass, it really was made to the highest possible standard. The watch is known as the ‘Jacques Mayol’ as it was worn by the world renowned ‘Dolphin man’ Free Diver, who was a household name through the 1970’s and 1980’s and set numerous world records.

This is one of the easiest dive watches to wear, its slim case makes it ideal to wear under a cuff and yet its undeniably a true sports watch. The case is 37mm excluding the crown, yet the sleek design and integral bracelet really make it ideal for any occasion.

The value of these has quadrupled in the last five years so do not miss this opportunity to own one of the coolest divers watches made by one of the most famous Swiss watch companies.

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