An Omega icon for the ages: a 1971 Omega Seamaster 200m automatic diver.
Check out the minty black dial, with cool sword-like hands and black bezel that clicks with each turn. There is a tiny bit of cracking in the lume of the hour hand, as photo shows, but nothing major, nothing to diminish the appeal of this classic.
The Flightmaster-like helmet-style case is a solid chunk of steel, 41mm wide, excluding the signed, screw-down crown... by a massive 52mm from lug to lug.
The 1002 Caliber automatic movement has been recently serviced, and keeps excellent time. The quickset date function works as it should.
The Omega link bracelet with signed clasp has some stretch, but is still very wearable. It fits a 7.5 inch wrist.
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