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Omega Seamaster Big Case 165.011 / OMEGA Seamaster Cal.552

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Brand: Omega
Model: Seamaster
Ref: 165.011
Year: 1963
Movement: Automatic Cal.552
Case: 36mm
Material: Stainless Steel
Lug width: 18mm
Bracelet: Navy Leather Strap
Includes: Watch Only

The watch would be completely serviced by our watchmaker before shipment
It takes about 4 weeks to complete the service

1-year Mechanical Warranty
Global shipping via FedEx International Priority
OMEGA is watchmaker Louis Blanc in 1848 at La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. History began with the establishment of the workshop.

The company name OMEGA originates from the name given to the high-quality movement announced in 1894.

With the meaning of "ultimate", it was named "Omega (Ω)" from the letter that appears at the end of the Greek letter, and the company name became Omega due to the great success of the movement. rice field. Since

, Omega, which has mass-produced high-quality and durable watches, has many stories such as being officially adopted by the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games and NASA, and is supported by a wide range of generations. It is a brand to get.

This watch is a Seamaster Ref.165.011 from the early 1960s.

Along with the Speedmaster, the Seamaster, a brand's iconic collection, was born in 1948.

Initially, the model was mainly waterproof for daily life, but it has also established itself as a professional diver, including the model adopted by the Royal Navy.

There are various variations and many individuals exist, so it is the first candidate for antique and vintage Omega.

The biggest feature of this watch is the large case size of 36mm at that time.

Most of the models equipped with the same movement of the same generation were 34mm, so this watch with a large case is a model with few chances to see.

The dial is a silver dial with a sunray finish. Due to aging, unevenness is created and the color changes to ivory. It looks very vintage.

The design includes a lot of classical elements such as bar index, minimal print, and non-date in the alpha hand. The movement equipped with

is Cal.552, which is self-winding.

The Cal.500 series movement is a fully rotary self-winding machine manufactured from the 1950s to the 1960s, which can be said to be the golden age of Omega.

Copper (copper) plating is applied, and the rotor is chamfered in two types, which is a very time-consuming specification.

The number of units supplied is large, and parts can be easily obtained even if parts need to be replaced during future maintenance, so you can use it with confidence.

This watch will be overhauled after purchase.

It will be handed over after the work is completed. 1 year warranty.

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