We often talk about different functions in different watches in terms of their attribute as tools. Sometimes, quite often, we also talk about the aesthetic features of the watch. Now the time have come for us to talk about the design of the watch in an anatomical perspective. This road automatically leads us into Omega Genéve Dynamic, the model which actually was created by Omegas salesment manager, the innovator and Avant Gardist Robert Forster in the year 1967 and was designed by Raymond Thévenaz.
The collection was launched in 1968 and with a totally new angle in terms of functionality. The time for the watch to be a tool was past and the primary focus was now the comfort of the wearer.
Our Dynamic is one of the early ones from 1969 and has an unusual case design were our case have lugs and springbars holding the bracelet and not like the later models were the strap is pressed in place by the case back.
Object nr: 66
Reference: ST 166.079
Movement: Cal. 752
Material: Stainless steel
Original crown: Yes
Dimensions: 41.5 x 37mm, without crown,
Strap/Bracelet: A "no name" new steel bracelet
Lug Width: 20mm
This Omega Dynamic is in a well preserved condition. The dial is very nice with light signs of wear and have aged with style. There is i small scratch at the outer side of the dial but nothing big. The case is well preserved with some small signs of ageing. The movement is checked by our watchmaker and didn't need service. The crystal and the bracelet is new! The dial has both day and date function (in Swedish). This early dial is darkgrey/black and has applied metal index and Omega logo (-T Swiss Made T-) and on two-tone dials, the logo is painted. The movement is Omegas cal. 752 with serie nr: 28033087 and ref. ST 166.079
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