Omega 165.024 Vintage Seamaster 300 (24652)

24652 Omega Seamaster 300 165.024, 165024, stainless steel on a stainless steel Omega bracelet (1171)), automatic movement (Caliber 552), centered sweep second hand, original black dial with perfectly matching aged indexes and sword hands, original bezel is showing nice patina on the numbers, 24.7M movement serial (circa 1966), diameter: 41 mm, thickness: 12.5 mm, Excellent Condition with European Watch Company Pouch and 6 Month Warranty.


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More about Omega 165.024 Vintage Seamaster 300

This is a vintage c. 1966 stainless steel Omega Seamaster 300 165.024. It has an integral Omega bracelet (ref. 1171) with a deployant clasp, and an acrylic crystal. There is a solid screw-down case back engraved with "Certified High Pressure Waterproof," the serial number, and the Seamaster emblem; inside the back are the Omega hallmarks and reference number. The 41mm diameter three-body solid case, integral lapidated lugs, bracelet, and revolving graduated bezel with luminous Tritium Arabic numeral decompression times are polished. The original dial is black with aged Tritium baton and trapezoidal hour markers, Arabic numerals at the quarter hours, a minute/second scale, luminous matching aged sword/baton hands, and a Tritium centered sweep second hand with an arrow tip. It's water resistant to 300 meters/1000 feet. The 12.5mm thick case, dial, and movement are all signed.

The mechanical automatic self-winding Omega caliber 550 movement is copper-colored. It's constructed with 24 jewels, a straight-line lever escapement, and a shock absorber device. It includes a monometallic balance, a self-compensating flat balance-spring, and a micrometer regulator.

This Omega Seamaster 300, reference 165.024, was introduced in 1962, originally commissioned by the British Royal Navy for its divers.