|Movement:||calibre 930 chronogrpah|
|Strap:||Stainless steel bracelet with Omega signed clasp|
(Case size chart)
|Box:||Presented in a generic watch box|
One of the most desirable 70s Omega models. This is the third example of the Omega Chronostop, special Italy version we have acquired, Omega case ref. ST146.012 c.1970, which was made exclusively for the Italian market. The largest of all the Chronostop simplified chronograph variants this one features a 41mm case and is in superb condition. Stainless steel 1 piece case (movement exits through front)in remarkable condition, no significant marks or dents, just been refinished in our workshop. The 1153/138 original Omega bracelet (to fit a max. 18cm/7' wrist) is in superb order, having been gently refinished and the condition is now outstanding with just one two underlying marks as you would expect for a 40+ year old watch. It has two spare links to make the full as new bracelet. The silver dial is completely original, and pristine. The hands are in exceptional condition. The movement is a calibre 930 manual wind single button chronograph. The button at 3 o'clock starts the chronograph and a second press stop it and resets once the button is released. The movement is in pristine order, mechanically A1 and has been serviced. A brand new genuine Omega acrylic crystal has also been fitted. A very collectable watch.
Supplied with our 'Authentic Omega' Card certifying authenticity.
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