Omega - Seamaster Albatros Montreal Olympic 1976 - "NO RESERVE PRICE" - 196.0052 - Men - 1970-1979

Description
Omega - Seamaster Albatros Montreal Olympic 1976 - "NO RESERVE PRICE" - 196.0052 - Men - 1970-1979
Quartz - Steel - Box

Omega Seamaster "Albatros" Montreal 1976, which is one of OMEGA’s most iconic timepieces.

Casing; Ssteel casing, 47 x 35 mm. Black dial, sapphire crystal. Integrated steel wristband with deployment clasp and Omega logo. Adjustable. Fits wrists up to 22 cm
"Hybrid" movement, quartz and electronic, calibre: 1611
The watch was conceived in 1975 by the watch-master Raymond Froidevaux and it was manufactured by Omega in only 15,000 pieces starting from spring 1976 to celebrate the summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada held in that year.
The item of Swiss technology made history thanks to its innovative conception of calibre that took the name of Omega 1611. It was the first hybrid chronograph calibre in the world with an analogue part and double digital display, all regulated by the same quartz oscillator.
Given that this is an Olympic chronograph it can also count one-hundredths of a second.
Every feature of this watch does nothing but confirm its exclusiveness
Strap: Ssteel strap measures approx. 26cm including timepiece.

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Service history unknown.
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Lot details
Brand
Omega
Model
Seamaster Albatros Montreal Olympic 1976 - "NO RESERVE PRICE"
Reference Number
196.0052
Gender
Men
Period
1970-1979
Movement
Quartz
Case material
Steel
Extras
Box
Type
Analogue wristwatch
Shipped Insured
Yes
Condition
Worn with little to no signs of use
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