About this watch

This 35mm stainless steel case houses the quality Cal 1020 high beat  17 Jewell movement numbered 42881280 which dates this piece to c1979 definitely not the oldest piece I have but a lovely watch nonetheless .

This calibre series of movements is regarded as one of the most successful Omega produced. Running at 28,800v/h they were able to compete with the early quartz movements for accuracy

The very unusual pin stripe dial which features both day and date apertures is fitted onto an original Omega leather strap with Omega buckle this lovely original watch represents great value.

stock number 260


General notes on our watches and terms

1.Waterproof please note under no circumstances should any vintage timepiece be regarded as waterproof regardless of the manufacturing specification at the time of manufacture

2.Precision Please note that some of the pieces we handle are over 100 years old and do not perform like some modern watches. Part of the attraction is the requirement to hand wind many of these time pieces on a regular basis.

3.Servicing, just like a vintage motor car a mechanical watch will require regular maintenance our suggestion would be once every few years should suffice but please feel free to contact us with any specific queries relating to an individual piece.

4.Returns when purchased on line any item can be returned by recorded delivery at the buyer’s expense and risk within 14 days of receipt to The Watch Collector.17London Road South. Poynton.Cheshire.SK12 1LA

5.Gaurantee, all products are guaranteed for a period of 90 days for mechanical defect. This guarantee does not cover misuse or neglect and is invalid if the case back has been opened in any way. please see note 1 regarding water ingress

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