• Year of manufacture 
    1990
  • Lot number 
    60883611
  • Case material 
    Steel
  • Location

Description

A like new and fully serviced steel Omega triple date men's chronograph wristwatch with automatic winding and 24hr indication, model Speedmaster, ref 3521.80 with blue dial on Omega steel bracelet with double folding buckle. Watch is offered in the original full set with Omega double boxes, instruction manual and warranty card.
The case is numered 55336457 and this watch was produced in 1995. It was sold and left the dealershop in 1996.
To show the true color of the dial, we had to allow reflections on some photo's.

The brushed and polished case measuring 39mm, excluding the Omega signed crown. Fixed polished bezel with tachymeter graphics.
Signed blue dial in excellent condition with subdials for chronograph registration and running seconds and 24hr indication. Date and day window below 12.
Central hand for chronograph seconds and also a central hand with moonshaped end for date (with quickset).
Quickset also for day of the week by operating the hidden pusher on the left side of the case. (see photo)
Back of the case numbered for 1995 and with Omega logo.
Omega signed Caliber 1151 automatic movement.
Watch comes on the original steel Omega signed bracelet with Omega deployant buckle. It will fit wrists up to
18cm. Bracelet can be adjusted to smaller wrists by choosing a different pinhole in the buckle or by removing links.
Watch will be carefully packed and shipped insured with track and trace and shipped with DHL Express, so it can be with you 2 - 3 days after you have payed to Catawiki.

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