Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124
Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124

Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124

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Case diameter is 35mm (wears much bigger due to the case shape and lug throw and width) without crown and 37mm with crown. This measures 40mm lug to lug with a 22mm lug width, it is 12mm thick and the original integrated matching bracelet in amazing condition will accommodate a wrist size up to 7-3/8". This watch features a naturally faded "ghost" unidirectional rotating bezel, a rarer un-refinished silver dial. This watch is entirely original and was manufactured in the mid-70s based on the serial number. It even has the original sticker on the caseback still. Clasp closes firmly and the date changes as it should this is in magnificent mechanical shape.
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Omega Geneve Diver Ref. 166.0124 with the automatic Omega 1481 calibre movement, 43-hour power reserve

Case diameter is 35mm (wears much bigger due to the case shape and lug throw and width) without crown and 37mm with crown. This measures 40mm lug to lug with a 22mm lug width, it is 12mm thick and the original integrated matching bracelet in amazing condition will accommodate a wrist size up to 7-3/8".

This watch features a naturally faded "ghost" unidirectional rotating bezel, a rarer un-refinished silver dial. This watch is entirely original and was manufactured in the mid-70s based on the serial number. It even has the original sticker on the caseback still. Clasp closes firmly and the date changes as it should this is in magnificent mechanical shape.

The Geneve line was created in 1953 as a homage to Omega workshops in Geneva where the best regulators were working. The line represents 60% of the brands production by 1970 and was discontinued in 1979 as the law in Geneva stipulates that a brand must have a presence in the canton of Geneva to include the word Geneva or any variation on the dial. At the beginning of the 70s, the latter gentleman’s model was offered to all male employees having worked at Omega for at least one year. Female employees had a funding supplement, which they could use toward any model of their choice, the majority chose the Dynamic.

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