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Omega Chrono-quartz, all original in good cond't with very hard to find mauals & papers. All functions work fine keeping good time (hello! - it's a quartz).

Here are some bullet points of this watch in the history:
- It was made for the 1976 Montreal Olympic games. On the case back the Omega Seamaster logo is embossed alongside the Olympic logo.
- It is stunning massive watch that looks just like a Scoreboard in Olympic Game. Dimensions: 47mm x 34mm x 12.3 mm (about 160 g)
- It was the first ever made binary watch with two LCD displays and one electronically powered movement (the famous Omega 1611 caliber with a 32Hz frequency).
- For its time this watch has an absolute unique accuracy of 1/100 seconds

The watch shows sign of wear. There are scratches and small dings on the case and bracelet enough to add its characteristic.

Asking $1,800 shipped in ConUS. Registered mail with insurance.

Thanks, now lets the picture tell you the stories....

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