Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972

Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972

A large stainless steel automatic cushion form chronograph wristwatch with registers, 24-hour indication and date 

Reference 176.007 was released by Omega in 1972 and this version features a stylish light grey dial with blue accents. An impressive vintage chronograph, this model incorporates the same movement calibre as that used by Omega in the Speedmaster Mark III and Mark IV – the calibre 1040, which Omega had developed with Lemania. The chronograph’s minute recording hand is fitted to the dial’s centre and features a winged tip to clearly delineate it from the other central hands. Beneath the baton indexes for the hours, there are Arabic numerals for the five minute markers and these, with the addition of the outer track with divisions for minutes and seconds, allow the chronograph readings to be easily taken. As the chronograph minute recording hand is set to the centre and read to the scales at the edge of the dial, there is of course no subsidiary minute recording dial and the space this creates is taken by an aperture for date. To the base of the dial there is a chronograph hour recording dial and the sub dial at 9 o’clock combines constant seconds with a 24-hour dial with triangular indicator and a grey sector for daytime hours and blue sector for the night. There is provision for quick date change, when the crown is pulled out to its first setting and wound away from the user, the date advances. The watch is fitted with its original Omega link bracelet with some stretch to the links.



Technical details

[M] Omega calibre 1040 automatic movement, lever escapement, 22 jewels, mono-metallic balance, 28,800 BPH, Incabloc shock absorber [D] light grey satin finished dial, applied rectangular indexes with black inserts and luminescent dots above, Arabic five minute markers, blackened hour and minute hands, contrasting light blue central hands for chronograph seconds and winged chronograph minute recording hand, framed aperture for date, two subsidiary dials for constant seconds combined with 24-hour register with grey banding for daytime hours and blue for nighttime hours, outer black track for minutes/chronograph seconds, midnight blue inner bezel with white calibrations for tachymeter, Omega signed crystal and crown [C] two-piece stainless steel cushion form case, satin finished bezel, polished case sides, satin finished screw-down case back centred with engraved Omega Seamaster logo [B] stain finished stainless steel Omega 1170 link bracelet with adjustable folding clasp [S] case, dial, movement, crown, crystal and bracelet signed

Measurements

Width excluding crown: 38mm
Length: 41.5mm
Depth to centre of crystal: 15.5mm
Lug gauge: 22mm
Maximum bracelet length: 202mm

This watch has been fully serviced and overhauled and is sold with a one year guarantee and detailed Black Bough certificate. A Black Bough leather watch pouch and card outer box will accompany this watch.

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Description

Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 176.007 vintage chronograph wristwatch, circa 1972
A large stainless steel automatic cushion form chronograph wristwatch with registers, 24-hour indication and date 

Reference 176.007 was released by Omega in 1972 and this version features a stylish light grey dial with blue accents. An impressive vintage chronograph, this model incorporates the same movement calibre as that used by Omega in the Speedmaster Mark III and Mark IV – the calibre 1040, which Omega had developed with Lemania. The chronograph’s minute recording hand is fitted to the dial’s centre and features a winged tip to clearly delineate it from the other central hands. Beneath the baton indexes for the hours, there are Arabic numerals for the five minute markers and these, with the addition of the outer track with divisions for minutes and seconds, allow the chronograph readings to be easily taken. As the chronograph minute recording hand is set to the centre and read to the scales at the edge of the dial, there is of course no subsidiary minute recording dial and the space this creates is taken by an aperture for date. To the base of the dial there is a chronograph hour recording dial and the sub dial at 9 o’clock combines constant seconds with a 24-hour dial with triangular indicator and a grey sector for daytime hours and blue sector for the night. There is provision for quick date change, when the crown is pulled out to its first setting and wound away from the user, the date advances. The watch is fitted with its original Omega link bracelet with some stretch to the links.


Technical details

[M] Omega calibre 1040 automatic movement, lever escapement, 22 jewels, mono-metallic balance, 28,800 BPH, Incabloc shock absorber [D] light grey satin finished dial, applied rectangular indexes with black inserts and luminescent dots above, Arabic five minute markers, blackened hour and minute hands, contrasting light blue central hands for chronograph seconds and winged chronograph minute recording hand, framed aperture for date, two subsidiary dials for constant seconds combined with 24-hour register with grey banding for daytime hours and blue for nighttime hours, outer black track for minutes/chronograph seconds, midnight blue inner bezel with white calibrations for tachymeter, Omega signed crystal and crown [C] two-piece stainless steel cushion form case, satin finished bezel, polished case sides, satin finished screw-down case back centred with engraved Omega Seamaster logo [B] stain finished stainless steel Omega 1170 link bracelet with adjustable folding clasp [S] case, dial, movement, crown, crystal and bracelet signed

Measurements

Width excluding crown: 38mm
Length: 41.5mm
Depth to centre of crystal: 15.5mm
Lug gauge: 22mm
Maximum bracelet length: 202mm

This watch has been fully serviced and overhauled and is sold with a one year guarantee and detailed Black Bough certificate. A Black Bough leather watch pouch and card outer box will accompany this watch.

£2,250.00 [Sold]