Vintage Omega Geneve F300Hz Chronometer 198.020 1972


Be unique and wear a watch that starts conversations: a beastly, perfect 40mm sized, Omega Geneve Chronometer f300hz. This watch with character houses a caliber 1260 chronometer movement that has been checked by our expert watchmaker. The reference of this watch is 198.020 and the production year is 1972 (serial 35xxxxxx). The watch is in amazing, original condition with original Omega signed crown and crystal. All in all a watch you won’t forget.

What we love:

-Beautiful red detail in the Omega logo
-All original case, crown, dial and crystal

What you should know:

-Scratch mark from opening the case is visible on the case-back
-The watch was checked by our expert watchmaker, no service was deemed necessary

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Red details
In Original Condition

Checked on all functions and works perfectly


Screw-in stainless steel case-back


Original Omega signed acrylic crystal

Vintage Omega 198020 Geneve f300hz chronometer watch front


Original Omega signed steel crown


Original Omega signed caliber 1260 movement


The f300 Hz movements were developed jointly by Omega and ESA under license from Bulova. They were used by a number of manufacturers in the 1970’s. Omega suggested service intervals of 5-6 years, which shows these are a hardy movement that can still be found running strongly in many watches.

Tuning fork movements, although more accurate than mechanical movements, were quickly replaced by quartz movements that were cheaper to produce and seen as more accurate. The era of the tuning fork movement was therefore short lived and many will miss out on owning one of these outstanding timepieces.

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