Omega Genève Ref. 136.041 steel vintage wristwatch, circa 1968
A stainless steel manually wound centre seconds wristwatch
Omega first launched their model 136.041 in 1967 and the present example dates to 1969. Predominantly manufactured with a silvered dial, the present example features the more unusual, deep blue, satin finished dial. Also notable are the two-colour white and black hour/minute hands and contrasting orange centre seconds – the standard version of this model was fitted with plain, single tone polished metal hands. The stainless steel, tonneau form case has a satin finished bezel and screw-down case back.
[M] Omega calibre 613 manually wound movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, precision regulation, 19,800 BPH, Incabloc shock absorber [D] dark blue satin finished dial, raised baton indexes with black inserts and luminescent dots above, white baton hands with luminescent panels and black bases (please note that luminescence will have naturally dulled with age), orange centre seconds, white outer track for seconds/minutes [C] stainless steel tonneau form case, satin finished bezel, case sides with polished finish, screw-down case back, Omega winding crown [S] case, dial, movement and crown signed
Width excluding winding crown: 34.5mm
Length including lugs: 40.5mm
Depth to centre of crystal: 10mm
Lug gauge/strap width: 18mm
All our watches have been fully serviced and overhauled and are sold with a one year guarantee and detailed Black Bough certificate. This watch is sold with a Black Bough fitted presentation box.