This 1971 Omega Dynamic, model number 166.0039, has the sought after bullseye dial combined with the calibre 565 automatic movement.
HOW DO WE DATE THIS WATCH?
From the serial number on the 24 jewel calibre 565 movement, we can accurately date this watch to being made in 1971.
Generation Dynamic ‘1’ models are always sort after for a combination of their unique styling, larger size and high quality movements, and this is no exception. The gold plated case does have some dinks, particularly at 7, but the factory finish graining on the case is still clearly visible. The movement, with the quick set date function, keeps excellent time and is accessible via the front only. The dial has some dents but has not lost any of the paint, which sometimes can affect this model. The armoured hesalite glass has the Omega logo in the centre. The split pin crown is good and tight, and the very soft and comfortable aftermarket strap has an Omega buckle.
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Width with crown 42.3 mm
Width without crown 41.3 mm
Between lugs n/a
Lug to lug length 37.5 mm
Bracelet maximum length n/a
Thickness 11.1 mm
All sizes are approximate
£449 including 3 months guarantee and free delivery to UK addresses.
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