1967 Omega Chronostop (Ref. 145.007)
If there is one thing that is true about Omega it's that they have produced a deep catalog of remarkably interesting and unique watches throughout their history. Now, when you're that illustrious it's just a guarantee that some pieces, even some really fantastic ones, are going to slip through the cracks. Enter the Chronostop.
|Bracelet||Omega 1170 Bracelet W/ 625 End Pieces|
This Chronostop features a stainless steel barrel shaped case with a mix of satin and polished finishes. It's fitted end links and 1170 bracelet mesh beautifully with the case, making for a fantastic wearing experience. Present is the watch's Omega signed screw-down crown and single chronograph pusher for operating the 60 seconds timer.
Simple and beautiful. The dial is a beautiful combination of monochromatism and slight red/orange touches in the chronograph hand and logo. The inner dial is a dark matte grey and houses the stainless steel hour markers and handset with matching aged tritium markers. The outer tachymeter is a slightly faded black and surrounds a white minute/seconds track.
None. The watch was recently serviced and is keeping time and functioning perfectly, backed by a 1-year warranty on the movement.