The Omega Calibre .321 chronograph movement is a thing of legend. After all, it has been to the moon and all...
But the iconic Speedmaster wasn't the only Omega chronograph made in the 1960s to utilize this high grade manually wound unit. It also found its way into the considerably less common - one might even say rare - Seamaster chronographs from the same era. The Seamaster line was, at the time, the more stylish alternative - more about the looks than about its technical capabilities. But with the addition of the Calibre .321 it was no less proficient a timing tool.
As for the looks? Well, you be the judge! Creamy satin dial, outer tachymetre scale, recessed & textured subsidiary registers, teardrop indices and dauphine hands....you get the picture. A thing of beauty any way you slice it. If timepiece design had just stopped progressing after 1960, we'd have been just fine with that.
These don't turn up in this condition often (we use that line a lot...because its true), so don't miss out!
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