Today's offering showcases this striking example of "C" or third generation Constellation. It is fully Omega and presents in true expertly restored condition. It presents as a 9.7 out of 10.
Powering the watch is Omega's caliber 1011 movement officially certified as a chronometer and with a quick-setting date and with 23 jewels.
The ultra-thin automatic movement measures only 4.25mm thick. It has a thinner rotor to reduce stress on winding parts.
The dial has been perfectly refinished. The printing could pass for Omega factory done work to the naked eye.
As part of the restoration the movement has been freshly fully overhauled by a Master Watchmaker and is running very true.
A new band has been installed making it ready for immediate enjoyment.
Included with the purchase is a one-year warranty on the movement and its function, a custom printed Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity, and a new timing certificate.
A four and a half decade old Omega that looks presents like new!
Celebrating humanity's supreme achievements and performances, from man's landing on the moon to the Olympic competitions, Omega watches have been prized for generations by those seeking the most precise timepieces in the world. Since its creation in 1848 by Louis Brandt, Omega has relentlessly pursued watchmaking perfection, earning worldwide honors and fame.
Worn on the wrists of Michael Schumacher, Pierce Brosnan, Michael Phelps, Ernie Els, Omega watches rank with those from Rolex.
Country of origin: Switzerland
Serial no.: 33,768,409
Year built: c. 1972
Model: Constellation, Ref. 168.0056
Functions: Chronometer Time, Quick-Set Date, Day, Automatic, Sweep Seconds
Designed for: Men
Case material: Stainless steel
Case markings (inside): Omega Watch Co., Swiss made, Acier Inoxydable, 168.0056
Case condition: Just short of perfect mint with light signs of polishing
Dial: Royal Blue, steel baton indices, luminous dots, aperture for date, expertly refinished
Dimensions: 34.5mm wide (excluding crown), 40.5mm long lug tip to tip
Hands: Steel batons
Movement type: Caliber 1011, 23 jewels, copper colored, fast beat 28,800 system
Jewels: 23 rubies
Beat frequency: 19,800 BPH
Band: Leather (unsigned), fully stitched, padded, brand new and unused. We also stock lizard a variety of other straps.
Width between lugs: 19mm
Crystal: Mineral glass, mint condition
Serviced: Yes, freshly overhauled by a Master Watchmaker.
Timing: Timed to precision on a state-of-the-art computerized system. Your watch is important to us, and we will take care of it for its lifetime. We provide the best after sale care in the business with an experienced team of watchmakers both of whom each have over forty years of experience and a large number of parts.
Warranty: 1-year warranty. Please email email@example.com for details.
Box/Papers: BOX - Connoisseur of Time watch presentation box; PAPERS - Custom printed Connoisseur of Time Certificate of Authenticity; New timing certificate
Returns: 7 days full refund. 100% satisfaction guarantee
We offer a 100%
satisfaction guarantee for all of our watches. If you are in any way
unsatisfied with the watch we will fully refund the purchase price anytime
within 7 days after the watch has been received. Our goal is to exceed our
client's expectations throughout the buying experience.
All watches are packaged carefully and mailed double boxed in specially
constructed, reinforced shipping boxes designed for high value items. All
watches are sent fully insured with signature required. Most of our domestic
shipping is done through FedEx. At times we will also use USPS Express Mail,
and we can accommodate most requests for your preferred carrier.
International shipments are sent USPS International Express Mail or FedEx.
The purchase price will be the declared value of the merchandise on any
required customs forms. The payment of all customs duties, tariffs, and
taxes are the responsibility of the buyer.
Also note that water resistance of vintage watches can no longer be
guaranteed and is not covered under the watch's warranty. We do not
recommend getting a vintage watch wet, even one that was originally designed
to be waterproof.