Manual Winding – Swiss made
|Tipo:||Relógio de pulso analógico|
|Material do mostrador:||Aço|
|Número de referência:||9393040|
Omega Marine - First ever divers watch
Watch designer was Louis Alex, made by Frederic Baumgartner.
What made the Marine so unique and so capable was this two-part case, which had its top and bottom pieces connected to the straps, while a large clasp locked them securely on the case back. Furthermore, the Marine was the first watch to have a synthetic sapphire front, clearly an important step forwards in terms of reliability compared to any other material used at the time. The "package" was completed by a seal leather strap which, by Omega's claims, were extremely resistant to salt water. The concept was ready so it was time to put it to its paces: Omega, likely "inspired" by Rolex's marketing successes, set out to prove the special capabilities of their watch by testing through a series of challenges, challenges which were of previously unimaginable difficulty. In 1936 a couple of Marine watches spent minutes in hot water (of 85 degree Celsius) and were then quickly submerged to a depth of 70 meters in the 5 degree Celsius cold waters of Lake Geneva for thirty minutes. When they were taken out, all pieces (two complete watches and a case with no movement inside) were functioning perfectly, showing no traces of water inside.
Case size: 32 x 24 mm
Movement: Mechanical Omega 19.4 T1 Movement
Watchband Material: Replacement Leather Strap
Case material : Staybrite Steel casing
Display Type: Analogue
Dial: ( See Photos )
Year : 1932
Clasp : Strap buckle clasp
Glass : Plexiglass & Sapphire Crystal
Wrist size : 22 cm
Weight : 29 grams total
Condition: Has a few micro scratches, no rubber seal, in excellent and pleasant overall condition, please see pictures for a better view of the items condition.
Watch is signed and running very well.
Comes in Omega watch box.
Item will be securely packaged and sent off via tracked and insured post within two to three working days.
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|Membro desde:||11 julho 2015|
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