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1970s Omega Memomaster Ref. ST 382.0801

Launched in 1978, the Omega Memomaster was the first programmable LCD watch ever produced. Only in production for a mere four years, the Ref. 382.0801 was a commercial failure, making it a rare example to find in good condition these days.

The in-house Omega quartz caliber 1632 was considered as one of the most precise and efficient wristwatches at the time, offering additional functions such as calendar, a 12-hour countdown timer, a 24-hour alarm and “Agenda”, a programmable date.

Presented in excellent overall condition with very minimal sign of use and wear, the present watch is a fantastic chance for lovers of Omega watches to acquire a nice timepiece.



Manifacturer - Omega
Years - 1978-1981

Movement – Omega 1632, Quartz electronic digital
Model Name – Memomaster
Reference – ST 382.0801
Material - Stainless steel case
Bracelet/Strap - Stainless steel Omega bracelet Ref. ST.1306.271 42
Clasp/Buckle - Stainless steel Omega clasp
Dimensions - 35mm x 32mm
Signed - Dial, Movement, Caseback and Bracelet