1970s Omega "Memomatic" Ref.166.072 Water-Resitant Alarm Watch with Original Bracelat

Manufacturer OMEGA
Model Memomatic
Year of Manufacture 1970s
Reference no. 166.072
Product no. B-10489

It is a 1970s Omega Memomatic Ref.166.072 model with an alarm function and water resistance. It features the Caliber 980, which includes both an alarm function and a quick-change calendar function. The crown at the 4 o'clock position is used to wind the alarm mainspring and set the alarm time while the watch is in the case. The button at the 2 o'clock position is used to switch the alarm off when it is in the case, activate the alarm in the first position, and set the alarm time by pulling it to the second position and operating the crown at the 4 o'clock position. The button at the 3 o'clock position allows for a quick forward movement of the calendar.

In addition to the alarm function and calendar mechanism, this vintage timepiece also possesses features such as water resistance and automatic winding, which are characteristic of higher-year models. The watch showcases a colorful and vibrant gray dial and an eye-catching screw-back waterproof case, embodying the spirit of the era. The original bracelet (model 1098, suitable for a wrist size of up to 21cm) is included.

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Item details

Serial no. ---
Caliber 980
Movement no. 30,016,***
Movement type Automatic
Material Stainless steel
Case size 40×51mm
Case type Screw back Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Luminous
Belt Original (Lug width: 20mm) / (1098)
Evaluation case 93%
Evaluation dial 95%
Evaluation mov 95%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: There are some minor scratches and age-related wear, but overall the case retains its sharp edges. The attached bracelet is slightly stretched. The bracelet can be worn up to 21cm.

Dial: Slightly aged, but in very clean condition with no noticeable scratches or stains.

Movement: The movement has no problems with winding, calendar, or alarm functions. Accuracy is around 20 seconds per day.