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I am just not able to pull the trigger on one of these but I think some are very cool looking...:-!
 

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There were several models of this watch, which is part of the constellation range, starting in 1972.

1972 GF 396.0812 Constellation Time Computer I :
Calibre 1600 Pulsar Hamilton (15,000 produced only)
No calendar function - accuracy 5 seconds a month.
Time adjustment through separate magnet key.
Quite expensive then, at Swiss retail price (1974) : CHF 1,750.-
Also 18K solid gold (47 produced) or 14K white/yellow gold-filled.



1973 ST 396.0831 and 396.0832 Constellation Time Computer II (2 versions):
Calibre 1601 Pulsar Hamilton (15,000 produced only)
4 year calendar - accuracy 5 seconds a month.
Time adjustment through separate magnet key.
Swiss retail price (1975): CHF 1'820.-
Also available 14K white/yellow gold-plated or gold-filled.





1974 ST 396.0833 Constellation Time Computer III:
Calibre 1602 Frontier
4 year calendar - accuracy 5 seconds a month.
Also 14K yellow gold-filled version.



1975 ST 396.0836 Constellation Time Computer IV:
Calibre 1603 Frontier (28,100 produced 1602 & 1603)
4 year calendar - accuracy 5 seconds a month.
Also 14K yellow gold-filled version

 
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Here is the TC1 18K solid gold version. 9 located out of 47 produced. Apparently, the Omega museum doesn't have one yet!
BA 396.0812, CHF 4'980.00 in 1974

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