Vintage Omega Seamaster Chronometer Date 18K Solid Gold 168.022


This stunning Omega Seamaster Chronometer reference 168.022 dates back to 1967. The rare 18k solid gold case matches beautifully with the gold sunburst dial. The watch carries Omega’s workhorse caliber 564. Paired with a classic brown leather strap, with original gold plated. Omega buckle makes this watch truly an eyecatcher. The diameter is 36mm excluding crown, perfect for everyday/dressy uses.

What we love:
-Rare 18k gold case
-Beautiful gold sunburst dial

What you should know:
-Minor scratches on indexes
-Visible glue at the 1 and 12 indexes
-Dot on the dial at the 4 index

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OMEGA Seamaster

Launched in 1948 and never left the watch scene. The Omega Seamaster is arguably the most iconic Omega watch ever produced. In 1956 something extraordinary happened. In the winter of 1956, Omega technicians put the Seamaster to an extreme test. They strapped it to Canadian pacific airways flight 302 which would land in Amsterdam and took the Polar Route. After almost 9 hours of extreme conditioning, the Seamaster was tested and all functions worked properly and it held time correctly. An amazing accomplishment for Omega once again.

Additional information




Factory Original

Case Material

18K Solid Gold

Movement Type

Case Diameter

Dial Color

Yellow Gold


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