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This 1st Gen. X-33 can pass for NEW..Comes complete with all original boxes, manuals, card, tag..What makes this X-33 so unusual is the caseback.It is a version that was ONLY for the U.S.Airforce..Battery change last week...Extremely hard to find one in this immaculate condition..Asking $2750.00 OBRO delivered anywhere in the USA..Paypal OK plus 3%....REF: 32905000 (FIRST VERSION) (2000)

WATCH # 57439793

IF YOU WANT THE VERY BEST THIS IS IT.

TYPE:QUARTZ MULTIFUNCTION

DIMENSIONS: 13 1/4 LIGNE, 30mm

PRECISION: +/- 0.1 SECONDS PER DAY

JEWELS: 9

POWER RESERVE: 2 YR TO 3 YRS DEPENDING UPON USE OF ALARM AND LIGHT

BATTERY: LITHIUM

LIGHT: 8 LUX

SOUND INTENSITY: 80 dB

WATER RESISTANCE: 3 ATM

SHOCK RESISTANCE: 3500 g's MAXIMUM

Time: Analogue for hour, minute and seconds functions, with battery end-of-life indicator (lithium 3V)

Alarm: A double titanium caseback makes it possible to reach over 80 dB for the alarm function + The Mission Time Alarm (MA) function may be rogrammed at any time throughout the mission.

Universal Time (UT): GMT time, indicating the day of the week, the hour, the minutes, and the seconds, is used to avoid the confusion of time zone changes. The Universal Time Alarm function may also be programmed at any time throughout the mission.

Chronograph: Times to 1/100 of a second

Dial Light: A light commanded by a push button makes the display visible in the dark.

Date: Perpetual clendar (day, date, month, year).

Countdown: Up to 100 hours.

Mission Elapsed Time (MT): Long chronograph function in days, hours, minutes and seconds up to 999 days.

Turning Bezel: Unidirectional with minute scale.

THIS WATCH IS IN EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION WITH NO SCRATCHES OR MARKS - ALMOST AS NEW.

THERE IS NOTHING LIKE THE VERY BEST
A little history on this version from a fellow WatchNetter...General Tom Stofford was a former astronaut and was a board member for Omega. The watch you have is a watch that is offered to Naval Aviation units and available for purchase by members of the squadron. There is a minimum purchase of 15 units before they will accept the order.

Omega will only engrave the wings for navy, airforce, etc.... they will not add specific squadron markings and year of issue which is a shame.

they were available at about 50% off to the squadron with a stipulation that they would not resale for 5 years....
 
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