A Stainless Steel & Gold capped automatic centre seconds wristwatch with date. In 1964, Omega launched their first Constellation with the so-called “C” case, which earned its name from the case’s resemblance to two Cs. The “C” case was a departure from the more traditionally shaped Constellations of the 1950s and this model, the Ref. 168.017, continued this trend with its relatively slim case and combinations of satin and polished finishes.
The Silvered dial is set with black & Gold batons and hands. The stainless steel case retains good definition to its angles and edges and the Constellation emblem to the centre of the case back is in good condition. Automatically wound, the watch is powered by an Omega calibre 564 which, when new, was chronometer rated. The movement also has provision for quick date change via a second crown setting. This watch is fitted with a generic 19mm black leather strap and buckle. The rear case features the iconic Constellation logo. The serial number dates this watch to 1973. A stunning wristwatch from the 70's that would make an ideal gift to a collector or loved one.
Supplied in an Omega box.
- Numéro de référence
- Matériau du boîtier
- Plaqué or
- Montre analogique
- Envoi assuré
- En état de marche avec traces d’usures visibles