Omega - Time computer LED - P1/P2 - Men - 1970-1979

Description
Omega - Time computer LED - P1/P2 - Men - 1970-1979
Quartz - Gold-plated

The LED Omega model was released in Europe a few months after Pulsar/Hamilton released the world sensation P2 (shown in the start of the James Bond movie/film with Roger Moore " Live and let die") in 1973 in U.S.A and was an exspensive watch that time, SFR1750 or DM2000, approx same price as for a Rolex Submariner in steel.!

Famous actor Telly Savallas weared it acting Kojak, also rockstars Ringo Star and Mick Jagger owned the watch.

Both brands/models shared the same movement...

Yellow gold-plated / heavy 80microns case 40mm wide excl.pushbuttons and 17cm long, original bracelet with signs of use and age.
Both case and bracelet made in USA. Magnet hidden in the bracelet to set time. 2 batteries 357 installed some months ago with not original plastic slips/spacers, the bigger original size batterres are not on marked anymore..

Perfect working and all perfect clear red dots (not faded out as the pictures shows, difficult/ impossible to photograph ).
Functions: right push-button.. time, seconds...left push-button-date, am/pm (upper/lower dot ) and month,

Tracked delivery by PostNord/Royal Post.

Lot details
Brand
Omega
Model
Time computer LED
Reference Number
P1/P2
Gender
Men
Period
1970-1979
Movement
Quartz
Case material
Gold-plated
Type
Digital wristwatch
Shipped Insured
No
Condition
In working condition with visible traces of use
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