Thursday, May 27, 2010

AUTHENTIC OMEGA DE VILLE DYNAMIC GENTS WRISTWATCH (SOLD)





BRIEF INFORMATION ON OMEGA DYNAMIC

Its elliptical shape results from an advanced study of the anatomy of the wrist and specifically the oval zone on which the wristwatch rests. Self-winding movement. Monocoque case, hermetically sealed crystal assuring water-resistance to 30 m. Dial in harmony with the decidedly functional look of the watch for easy legibility of the hour, the minute and the second thanks to concentric time "zones" and contrasting coloured hands. A new look to the bracelet too: a single piece screw-in into a circular groove under the case by a steel ring; cut in Corfam, a porous synthetic material pierced with 30 aerating holes; widened near the case to fit firmly and comfortably on the wrist. Crown integrated to the case in order not to break the aerodynamic line which inspired this famous model's name.

BRAND/JENAMA: AUTHENTIC OMEGA DE VILLE DYNAMIC GENTS WRISTWATCH

MADE IN/BUATAN: SWISS

CIRCA/TAHUN: 1969

MODEL: DYNAMIC GENEVE

CRYSTAL/CERMIN: ACRYLIC

MOVEMENT/ENJIN: OMEGA 24 JEWELS AUTOMATIC MOVEMENT CAL 551 - RARE

DIAL COLOR: BLACK/HITAM

FUNCTION/FUNGSI: DAYDATE AT 3:00

HANDS/JARUM: GOLD TONE/ KEEMASAN

MARKERS/TANDA WAKTU: PLAIN DIAL WITHOUT MARKERS/DIAL TANPA PENANDA WAKTU

CASING : SOLID MONOCOQUE STAINLESS STEEL

HINGING LUGS: 18mm

MEASUREMENT/UKURAN: 42mm DIAMETER INCLUDING CROWN and 44mm LUG TO LUG

DITANDA/ENGARVED BACK CASING: -

CROWN: ORIGINAL OMEGA SS CROWN

STRAP/TALI: GENUINE CUSTOM MADE BLACK LEATHER STRAP FITS 8.5" WRIST

SIZE STRAP/SAIZ TALI: 8.5"

EXCELLENT CONDITION, WORKING, KEEPING TIME, DISCONTINUED MODEL & VERY RARE AND VERY HARD TO FIND

PRICE/HARGA: SOLD (NEGOTIABLE/BOLEH RUNDING)

History of Omega Watch Co

The History of a Successful Company Omega was founded by Louis Brandt at La Chaux – de – Fonds, Switzerland in 1848 as a assembly workshop. In 1879, after his death, his two sons Louis Paul and César started the in-house manufacturing so they started having total production control. One year later, Omega moved into a small factory that became a huge one when 12 months later they bought the entire building. In 1903, they both died leaving the company in 24 years old, Paul Emile Brandt’s hands. Because of the crisis that the Second World War left, he had to work really hard in order to face the economic difficulties. He merged Omega with Tissot calling the new company SSIH. The SSIH group continued to grow and multiply under his leadership and, by the seventies, it had become Switzerland’s number one producer of finished watches and number three in the world.

In 1985, the holding company was taken over by a group of private investors under Nicolas Hayek leadership. It was immediately renamed SMH (Société suisse de Microélectronique et d'Horlogerie). SMH had a rapid growth and success becoming today's top watch producer in the world. Named Swatch Group in 1998, it now includes Blancpain and Breguet.


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