1970s Omega Geneve Dynamic "Racing Dial"
While Omega is today best known for the Speedmaster and Seamaster lines, there are plenty of fantastic and iconic models the brand has released over the years. The Geneve Dynamic is one such model. Created for the Prix de Ville de Geneve in the mid-60s, the Geneve Dynamic is an incredibly unique and rare piece that can't help but be eye-catching. With its elliptical case shape, recessed crown, and killer checkerboard outer track, there are so many amazing design elements to this one-of-a-kind watch – and so many reasons to add it to any collection.
|Dial||Matte Black "Racing"|
|Bracelet||Omega Dynamic "Oyster-Style" Bracelet|
CASE & BRACELET
The wonderful elliptical-shaped case is believed to remain unpolished and displays excellent factory finishing and crisp edges that show light signs of honest use. The case retains its original Omega crown. The watch comes supplied with its original oyster-style Omega Dynamic bracelet. The bracelet retains 12 links that show almost no stretch and will fit up to a 7 3/4 inch wrist.
DIAL & HANDS
The non-luminous matte black dial is in amazing condition, especially for its age. There are pops of orange at each hour marker as well as the sweep seconds hand, which contrasts with the white hour and minute hands with inlaid lume that has aged to a nice light cream color. Finally, the most distinguishing design element is the fantastic checkerboard-style outer ring that gives the watch its charateristic racing aesthetic.
None. The watch just recieved a full service and is keeping time perfectly, backed by a 1-year warrant one accurate timekeeping.