1940s Omega 33.3CHRO Chronograph Rare Enamel Two-tone Design With 3-Colored Scale Dial (Untouched Case)

Manufacturer Omega
Model Chronograph
Year of Manufacture 1940s
Reference no. ---
Product no. B-9881
This is a rare two-tone three-color scale dial non-polished SS 38mm cylinder chronograph with Omega's famous Cal. 33.3CHRO manufactured in the early 1940s. The massive 38mm stainless steel case with its cylinder design is a rare gem with an overwhelming presence that only a non-polished watch could have. The silver dial with blued steel hands has a precise design with W silver circle, tachymeter (blue), minute track (black), pulsation (red), and snailed tachymeter (blue), and the white enamel, which is rarely seen on Omega watches, gives a tightened impression. The white enamel, which is rarely seen on OMEGA watches, gives the watch a tightened appearance. The enamel used on the dial has deteriorated, but considering the quality of the dial, the condition of the case, and the originality of the watch, this is a very good value.
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Item details

Serial no. 10,121,***
Caliber 33.3CHROT3
Movement no. 9,389,***
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainless Steel
Case size 38mm
Case type Snap-back,Non-Waterproof
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt Non-original (lug width: 20mm)
Evaluation case 94%
Evaluation dial 92%
Evaluation mov 94%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: Excellent non-polished, well-preserved condition with minor scratches and other age-related changes.

Dial: The enamel at 11 o'clock has deteriorated and there are other age-related changes, but the luster, two-tone color, and intricate prints are still in good condition.

Movement: No problems with winding or chrono functions. Accuracy is around 40 seconds per day.