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1971 Omega Seamaster 200 Ref. 166.091

First introduced in 1940s, the Omega Seamaster remains as one of the longest running model line still in production today.

To our best knowledge the present Omega Seamaster ref. 166.091 is one of the first examples manifactured thanks to its early movement No. 32037***, dated 1971. Encased in a very nicely proportioned “Pilot” 41mm diameter stainless steel case with “soleil” satin finishing, the case is further adorned with a highly pratical luminescent bi-directional rotating bezel, which enhances its legibility under water and in the dark to a heightened level.

This wristwatch is presented in an extremely attractive overall condition boasting not only a nice and defined case, the condition of the dial and bezel is moreover impressive.

Coming with its original stainless steel ref. 1162 Omega bracelet, this professional tool is truly a star acquisition for Omega connoisseurs.



Manifacturer - Omega
Year - 1971

Movement – Omega 1002, Automatic winding
Model Name – Seamaster 200
Reference – 166.091
Material - Stainless steel case
Bracelet/Strap - Original stainless steel 1162 Omega bracelet, endlinks 172
Clasp/Buckle - Original stainless steel Omega clasp
Dimensions - 41mm x 52mm
Signed - Dial, Movement, Caseback, Crown and Bracelet