Omega Genève Ref. 136.041 steel vintage wristwatch, circa 1969
A stainless steel manually wound centre seconds wristwatch
Omega first launched their model 136.041 in 1967 and the present example, which dates to the end of that decade, has an unusual, blue accented dial. The dial has a silvered, satin finish and the raised baton indexes are detailed with black surfaces that are centred with blue rectangles. The hands are styled to match with black lengths and blue bases, whilst the dial text, tracking and frame to the date aperture are all finished in a complimentary blue ink. There is some very light oxidation to the dial surface. Manually wound, the calibre 613 Omega movement has provision for quick date change; whilst the date will change each date around midnight, it can also be advanced, when necessary, by pulling the crown out to its second position which thereby flips the date forwards.
[M] Omega calibre 613 manually wound movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, precision regulation, 19,800 BPH, Incabloc shock absorber [D] silvered satin finished dial, applied indexes with black inserts and luminescent dots above, luminescent baton hands, centre seconds, outer black 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 [B] with a stainless steel Omega pin buckle
Width excluding winding crown: 34.5mm
Length including lugs: 40.5mm
Depth to centre of crystal: 10mm
Lug gauge/strap width: 18mm
Total watch weight: 41g
This watch has been fully serviced and overhauled and is sold with a one year guarantee and detailed Black Bough certificate. This watch will be accompanied by a Black Bough fitted presentation box.