1970 Omega Geneve Dynamic (Ref. 166.039) W/ Original Strap & Buckle

The world of vintage Omega is vast and filled with interesting and unique references. The Omega Geneve Dynamic series was one of Omega’s most successful model lines of the 1970s, mostly due in part to their customizable appearance and accessibility. The Dynamics were never marketed as the brand's flagship model, but more of an enthusiast’s everyday watch, and the Dynamic actually went on to inspire the original Swatch Watches which are also known for customization. The Dynamics were produced with an array of different dial variations and feature a unique integrated strap design centered around swapping out your strap or bracelet easily to change the look of your watch on the fly! 

This ref. 166.039 features the Omega cal. 565 movement which features a quickset date function in the crown that makes this watch a perfect piece for daily wear. The Omega Dynamics are the perfect addition for any Omega collector or those who appreciate the rare finding of a funky watch from the 1970s. 

Stock # OMGD166039
Brand Omega
Style Geneve Dynamic
Model 166.039
Serial 29XXXXXX
Size Men's
Material Stainless Steel
Dial Silver "Tropical"
Millimeters 37X40
Bracelet Omega Dynamic Rally Strap W/ Omega Buckle



The wonderful oval-shaped case is believed to remain unpolished as it displays excellent factory finishing and crisp edges that show light signs of honest use. The case retains its original Omega crown. The case retains its original Omega signed crown. The case also features its original Omega blue rally strap and Omega buckle that remain in lightly worn condition. 


The beautiful dial has achieved a vibrant and warm tropical date that is consistent throughout the entire dial and coordinates with the blue dial accents perfectly. The dial itself shows no major damage or age, though there are a few small marks throughout and a small scratch under the date window. The tritium lume plots have taken on a light ivory patina and exhibit no degradation under U.V. light inspection. The original tritium hands match the dial perfectly and exhibit no degradation when inspected under U.V. light.


None. The watch is keeping time perfectly, previous service history is unknown.