Omega chronometer (1946)
This is a manual wind Omega chronometer dating from the middle 1940s, featuring a chronometer movement (30T2RG) which was adjusted to keep very precise time. A chronometer is a watch that has passed strict independent tests of the time keeping under controlled conditions for a period of several days.
The 30T2RG movement is beautifully finished - the components are wonderfully polished and bevelled. There is a very interesting and detailed exploration of the Omega manual wind chronometers here
The stainless steel case is 33mm diameter. The dial is in excellent condition with no significant losses and the original metallic printing in the Roman numerals still glints as it catches the light.
The watch has been fully serviced and regulated and performance is excellent. It comes with a new old stock Omega strap and buckle.
Case diameter (excluding winding crown): 33mm
Case material: stainless steel
strap width: 17mm
time keeping: grade A
Please allow a little extra time to receive your order through Black Friday weekend. We aim to have all orders dispatched within 1-2 working days, however shipping companies have advised us that they are experiencing delays of up to 7 days.
We aim to dispatch all orders placed before 12pm (GMT), on the same day working day. Where this isn't possible, we will inform you via email as soon as possible.
When your order is dispatched you will be emailed the tracking details.
Please allow a little extra time to receive watches with engravings, these may take up to 10 working days.
Shipping guide for watches:
UK: FREE next working day delivery with DPD
United States & Canada: FREE Fedex shipping, 1-2 working days
Clocks, straps, bags (unless purchased with a watch):
Free Royal Mail shipping, 5-14 working days (depending on location)
Please note, during busy sale periods dispatch may take a little longer (this is quite rare). These delivery times are a guide based on the DPD, Fedex and Royal Mail terms of service, products may, in some unusual cases take longer to arrive. If this happens, please get in touch.