A vintage Omega Geneve automatic watch from around 1973 in exceptional condition. This watch has 14K gold case that has been refinished professionally, and the movement has been fully serviced too. This watch has beveled Omega plexiglass and a beautiful light grey/silver colored sunburst finished dial. Indexes have black paint in the middle as well as the hands. This is truly a great vintage watch in a condition that is hard to find. Watch is fitted and pictured with Hirsch medium brown calf leather strap (M-size). This watch comes with pictured Omega vintage clasp (18K gold), Hirsch leather strap and red color Omega service box (no original box or papers left).
Case reference 166.163.
Case material gold 14K (585/1000).
Movement caliber 1012, mechanical automatic winding, serial 3767xxxx.
Watch has passed water resistance test to -0,2/ +3,0 bar = 30m (splash proof).
Movement is fully serviced, case cleaned and refinished professionally according to original.
Case diameter approximately 34,5 mm, measured between 3-9 without crown.
Fits wrist (diameter): 180 mm (18,0cm) and less, longer/shorter leather strap can be changed if needed (now size M).
Size between lugs: 18 mm (strap/bracelet attachment).
Functions: Time, date, automatic winding movement.
Watchmakers commentary: This Omega Geneve 14K gold case is refinished and is in exceptional condition. There is an engraving at the case back (GFS), and minor scratches under the lugs. Movement has been fully serviced and is running well and accurately and everything is functioning as should. Movement has few minor scratches, but nothing that would affect the functionality. It is rare to find these watches in this good condition. This watch is in great condition overall.