Gents stainless steel Omega Genève Dynamic, ST1360033. Mechanical, manual wound movement. Sadly no original box or paperwork, dated circa 1970.
Originally launched in 1968 the Dynamic was created to be an aerodynamic timepiece with the elliptical case working with the anatomy of the wrist. The Dynamic range was created with functionality in mind and retained Omega’s speciality of mechanical wound movements, something which in the 1970’s was put under pressure with the rise of cheaper quartz watches flooding the market. After three successful generations of the Dynamic it was discontinued a few years after the third generations release in 1997.
This gentleman’s Omega Genève Dynamic is fitted on a stainless steel bracelet. The oval case houses an Omega mechanical manual-wind movement. The two tone grey baton dial features an orange seconds hand with white hours and minute hand. This watch also features a date window at 3 o’clock. Due to its age this watch is no longer available with original box or paperwork but does come complete with an Omega service pouch and service paperwork. Dated circa 1970.