Sooo what is it supposed to mean?
Normally we get to know each other. Maybe you buy us a beer…it was a joke. Welcome to WUS.Sooo what is it supposed to mean?
Oh ahahah, not familiar to y’all’s communityNormally we get to know each other. Maybe you buy us a beer…it was a joke. Welcome to WUS.
It’s interesting how couple of people before you called it fake 100%It is real. It is late 1970's/early 1980's Constellation with the 1333 movement in it. The movement is chronometer spec with 13 jewels.
It is an interesting movement. you pull the crown out to set the hour hand and date(turning the hour hand 24 hours changes the date). You set the minutes by pushing the recessed button at the 2 o'clock position in and holding it for 5 seconds, then releasing the button and then quickly pushing the button in and holding it until the hand reaches the minute you wanted.
The idea behind this is that the watch was very accurate and once you set the time, you only would need to change the hour (for DST or a different time zone) and the date. You never had to touch the minutes unless the battery died.
It’s interesting how couple of people before you called it fake 100%
Not really, did my reaearch, found many watches with this back and omega logo insideI have my doubts about the caseback, usually Omega prints the gold Mark on the inside
Yep, that’s exactly what I requested from the sellerNot the prettiest vintage Omega (if genuine) but I dig the bracelet. You may want to get some pictures with the caseback removed.