€ 2.163,28export price excl. tax
The Omega Seamaster Chronograph reference 176.007 was introduced in 1971. It’s powered by Omega calibre 1040 – a modified Lemania 1340 movement. The movement was the first automatic chronograph movement to oscillate at 28,800 bph when introduced in 1970. A unique feature of this watch is its central minutes chronograph hand. The eye catching orange colored arrow minutes hand resides under the seconds counter – a setup which makes for swift reading of the elapsed time while the chronograph is activated.
This watch is in great condition and has a fantastic blue reflective dial. It has been fully serviced & cleaned by our watchmaker. I love the subtle patina of this 48 year old watch – please note that the blue dial has a paint chip at 7 o’clock (see pictures). The watch comes with a black nato strap and a blue nato strap.
Condition: Worn & loved. Nice patina.
Reference number: 176.007.
Year: 1973 (Approximation)
Case width: 39 mm
Case material: Stainless steel
Glass: Plexi glass
Dial: Deep blue
Hands: White, black and orange.
Bracelet/strap: Blue NATO strap, not original
Water resistance: 5 BAR
Movement: Cal. 1040, automatic
Features: Chronograph, Date, Tachymeter
Scope of delivery: Watch, black nato strap + blue nato strap (no box or papers).
Warranty: 6 months