This is one of the rarest production Omega Chronographs of the 1960’s and 1970’s, it was produced for a very limited period in 1969 and remained in Omega collection for only around 18 months.
The watch was produced as an entry level Omega Chronograph as part of the Chronostop range with a radical new design, which was aimed at drivers and sportsman. Whilst cutting edge the watch (like the Paul Newman Rolex Daytona) wasn’t hugely popular when new, which makes them extremely rare and as such highly collectible now.
The watch ran a unique configuration of the 860 calibre movement but with a date function under calibre 930, which was used in this watch and a De-Ville model only and produced in very small numbers.
This example shows very little wear on the case and the original dial has aged superbly
The watch has also been fitted with a NOS correct Omega Bullhead Corfam strap .
This piece is in stock and ready for worldwide shipping.
Our stock number 1189
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