OMEGA Constellation Chronometer Quartz 1970s Cal. 1343
Model: Omega Constellation Chronometer
Movement: cal. 1343, quartz
Case diameter without crown: 35 mm
Bracelet/Strap: original Omega steel bracelet
Servicehistory: unknown, battery changed recently
OMEGA Constellation Chronometer Quartz – 1970s
Here we have beautiful OMEGA Constellation Quartz, a wonderful example of a cool 70s watchdesign. This beautiful WRISTCLASSIC comes with a crisp case in great condition with sharp edges. Dating back to 1970s, this classic model measures 35 mm. It offers a fairly wide-set bezel that gives this watch a nice presence. The dial is allover in clean condition with only light signs of use. As you can see in the pictures the silver bruched dial is almost impossible to photoshoot. The simple Omega-logo alongside the indexes and beautiful hands are harmonious and well balanced. The date is set at 3 o´clock. The crown is original. This WRISTCLASSIC is powered by a cal. 1343 Quartz-movement, running strong and keeping time well. The watch comes with an original steel-bracelet in great condition. This Omega Constellation is the perfect 1970s watch, looking a bit chunky it still wears really comfortable. It’s a true WRISTCLASSIC with perfect proportions, timeless styling, and in great condition perfect for everyday wear.
Omega was founded in 1848 in La Chaux-de-Fonds by Louis Brandt. Out of this small watch manufacture grew a large company: In 1894, the famous 19-ligne pocket watch movement was developed and named “Omega”. Omega, as the final letter of the Greek alphabet, stands for the ultimate level in perfection and quality. In the 1930 the company entered into collaboration with the S.S.I.H. (Société Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogère). Out of this collaboration the Swatch Group developed. Today, Omega is the flagship of this huge company. In 1932, Omega entered its partnership with the Olympics which continues till today. When in 1969 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin accomplished the first moon landing there were equipped by Omega with the Speedmaster, and this so-called „Moonwatch“ is still regarded as one of the most significant watches in history.