Vintage Omega Geneve 166.0169 Day-Date original strap + buckle


An amazing Omega Genève Gold-Plated 166.0168 from 1973 (serial 37xxxxxx). Housing the workhorse caliber 1012 movement. The watch measures 36mm in diameter ex crown and 40 mm from lug to lug. All functions, including the quickset, work well. The crown turns a bit heavily which is a sign that it has not been screwed with much. All in all a cool and classy watch.

What we love:
-Amazing allround watch
-The dial is in perfect condition

What you should know:
-The watch has been checked on all functions, no service has been performed except some oiling.

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Blue dial
And original strap and buckle!

Checked on all functions and works perfectly


Stainless steel case with Omega emblem on the back


Original Omega signed acrylic crystal

vintage omega geneve 1660169 blue dial watch


Original Omega signed crown


Original Omega signed caliber 1022 automatic movement

OMEGA Geneve

Omega started applying “Genève” to the dials of the dressy 30mm watches they produced in 1953. This was in honour of their 30mm calibre that set records at the Geneva Observatory. In 1967 the name began to be applied to models throughout Omega’s range, such as the Omega Dynamic, that were produced in larger volumes.

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Factory Original

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Stainless Steel

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