One of the most handsome and wearable Seamaster models of the 1960s, this reference was first introduced by Omega in 1962. There’s a great lustre to the plain silvered dial and the baton indexes have bold tapered quarter markers. The Seamaster legend to the base of the dial has the distinctive hook-form ‘S’ and the engraved logo to the case back is in crisp, clean condition. Measuring 35mm in diameter, the case is a robust design with a screw-down back; the lugs have good detailing with facets to their outer edges. This watch retains its original Omega crystal and crown.
The ’30’ refers to the watch’s movement which is from Omega’s ’30 series’ calibres – these movements had a diameter of 30mm and were known to be both accurate and highly reliable.
[M] Omega calibre 286 manually wound movement, lever escapement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, 18,000 A/h, Incabloc shock absorber
[D] silvered dial, raised baton indexes with luminescent dots above, luminescent hands (please note that luminescence has naturally dulled with age), centre seconds, black outer track for minutes/seconds
[C] stainless steel circular case, chamfered bezel, faceted lugs, screw-down case back centred with engraved Omega Seamaster emblem, Omega crown, Omega crystal
[S] case, dial, movement, crown and crystal signed
35mm diameter excluding winding crown
42mm length including lugs
11mm depth to centre of crystal
18mm lug gauge/strap width
One Year guarantee – serviced by an Omega approved service centre
Black Bough leather watch pouch & Black Bough certificate