One of the coolest tuning fork watches ever made: the 1970s Omega Constellation chronometer F300Hz.
Check out the cobalt blue gold-flecked bull's eye dial, surrounded by that mega-cool glinting gold nugget-like chapter ring.
This is the rarest and most valuable of the F300Hz series.
This 1970s classic was made by Omega to compete with the wildly successful Bulova Accutron.
The 14k gold-capped cushion case with stainless back is a hefty 38mm wide, excluding the signed Omega crown, by 43mm from lug to lug.