1973 Omega Geneve (Ref. 166.0173) Blue Dial
The world of vintage Omega is vast, filled with interesting and unique references, unlike almost any other manufacturer. This is true whether one wishes to get weird with a racing, dress, diving, or any other category. Omega has them all. The 1970s especially were a time when the watch world as a whole really tested the limits of design, of what a watch could be and how it could look, not just what it could do.
|Bracelet||Omega 1181/215 Oyster-Style Integrated Bracelet|
The 36 millimeter stainless steel case has a unique look with thick lugs and an integrated steel Omega bracelet. The watch features a screw-down caseback with Omega engraving still sharp and present.
The dial is a beautiful matte blue and in fantastic condition. It features long steel, white inlaid, hour markers. The white stick hands showcase beautifully aged tritium that looks simply stunning against the blue of the dial.
None. The watch is keeping time perfectly, previous service history is unknown.