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Omega Genève - Ref. 135.041 - Circa.1968 - Steel Wristwatch on Omega Expander Bracelet ***SOLD***

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A c.1968 stainless steel manually wound Omega model 135.041, tonneau case central sweep seconds wristwatch.

This Omega model Reference 135.041 which was first introduced by Omega in 1968 is unusual in the fact that it is rare to find on the original Fixo-Flex expander bracelet which was an option from Omega at the time! The steel tonneau shaped case has a polished finish and compliments the sheen finish of the deep aubergine/blue dial variant, which you don’t often see. The dial is in excellent condition with a bright finish and has wide baton markers with with black inserts to their centres.

What’s On Offer

The Omega on offer here has the robust calibre 601 manually wound movement, with 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance, running at 19,800 bph. These movements have the Incabloc shock absorber system. The case, dial and luminescent hands, applied baton index markers and luminescent dots above, outer minute/seconds track, screw-down case back, Omega winding crown and the funky, retro, steel, Omega signed expander bracelet are all in excellent condition.

The watch movement having recently been serviced is also running well and will come with a 12 months VWS guarantee.

Additional Information

Made from

Case: Stainless Steel

Dial: Deep blue/Aubergine

Crystal: Plexi

Bracelet: Omega Fixo-Flex Expander

Technical specifications

Winding: Manual wind

Movement type: Mechanical

Calibre: 601

Jewels: 17j

Waterproof: When new

Power reserve: approx. 48hrs

Purchase details

Condition: excellent 9/10

Model Reference Number: 135.041

Date of issue: c.1968

Guarantee: 12 months by VWS


Width (without crown): 34mm

Lug width: 18mm

Lug height (lug to lug): 41mm

Strap Size: Adjustable leather