One of the earliest Omega f300 models, produced in the first year of production, this Seamaster Chronometer is model 198.0001


From the serial number on the movement we can accurately date this watch to being made in 1970.


Until you have experienced a f300’s sweep second hand it is difficult to quantify just how smooth it is.  True, the movement in this watch is made under license from Bulova, and it was also used in Longines, Certina, IWC watches and others during the period.  But this is a compliment – none of these established companies could beat the Bulova, so they joined up and used the technology that was by now well proven.

You can read more about the f300 range at our go to website for all things to do with electric and electronic watches here.  we have also taken some pictures of this watch next to the original advert, as found in the Omega – A Journey through Time book.

This is an easy watch to live with and wear daily if required.  The crystal has a few marks, but is an original Omega item (signed in the centre).  The case is unpolished and without and major damage.  The dial has slight staining to the right hand side, but is otherwise clean.  Everything, including the quick set date, is working as it should do.  The tan leather strap is new, and could be swapped for a black leather strap if required.

This watch will be supplied with our Certificate of Authenticity.

Please see the HD video for more detail.  All photos and videos are part of the description and are of the actual watch unless mentioned.  We do not photoshop any pictures, and the images are copyright of and should not be used without permission.


Width with crown  38.2 mm

Width without crown  35.5 mm

Between lugs  19 mm

Lug to lug length  41.8 mm

Case Thickness  10.8 mm

All sizes are approximate.

Included with this watch is a 3 month guarantee and free delivery to UK addresses.  If you live outside the UK we can still deliver to most countries.  Please see our Worldwide Shipping information, or Contact Us.   Payment can be made by most credit or debit cards, bank transfer or PayPal.

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