Omega F300 Hz Tuning Fork / Vintage 1972 / Fully Serviced
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The ESA 9162 / ESA 9184 movements are often considered the “Rolls Royce” of tuning fork movements. They were designed by Max Hetzel, who had previously worked for Bulova; he was also responsible for the Accutron 214. In May 1972, ESA also released a chronograph version of these tuning fork movements; it was known as the ESA 9210 and was used in the Omega Speedsonic range of watches.
This watch was professionally fully serviced before being offered at our shop. As a Chrono24 Trusted Seller we guarantee the originality of the watch. Every watch comes with commercial invoice
Watch is highly coveted by collectors.
Omega quartz controlled stepper motor high grade Chronometer movement cal. 9210 based on 12 jewels, and 300 Hz. Tuning-fork, Day: quickset. Electrical hack feature, central second.
According movement number watch produced in year 1972.
Movement was cleaned and serviced. Last service will be remarked on the invoice.
Original Omega glass signed witch "Ω" logo
Vintage dial in original condition
Screw-Back Stainless Steel Case
Original Omega crown signed witch "Ω" logo
Watch case diameter: without crown 35mm / 1,37 inch
Black Omega leather strap.
Model wrist size on the photo is 18 cm / 7,08 inch
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