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1971 Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ref. 145.029

Omega introduced the Seamaster name in 1947 and in the 1970s took the Seamaster line in a much sportier direction offering different variations of the model, dial colors and new case shapes.

Featuring a tonneau-shaped case and an attractive blue dial, the Omega Seamaster ref. 145.029 was launched in the mid-1960s. It houses the manually-wound Omega caliber 861 also fitted in the Speedmaster 145.022, featuring a 40h power reserve and 21600 A/h.

We paired the watch with a blue nato strap matching perfectly the sporty look and the colors of the dial. By all means a remarkable timepiece, the present example is sure to delight the most discerning watch connoisseurs.



Manifacturer - Omega
Years - 1971

Movement – Omega 861, Manual winding
Model Name – Seamaster Chronograph
Reference – 145.029 
Material - Stainless steel case
Bracelet/Strap - Generic blue nato strap
Clasp/Buckle - Generic metal buckle
Dimensions - 39mm x 42mm
Signed - Dial, Movement, Caseback and Crown