Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000

Model: Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 (ref. 166.133)

Condition: vintage piece, used, very good condition

Year: late 1960s, 1970s

Case: stainless steel

Dimensions: 38mm diameter, 44mm lug-to-lug

Dial: blue dial with applied hour markers, raised peripheral minute track, date at 3 o’clock, central seconds hand

Movement: automatic, caliber 1022, 23 rubis

Glass: mineral glass

Bracelet/strap: blue leather with Omega buckle

Water resistance rating: none

Functions: time, date

Content: watch only


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Omega is one of the main brands of the Swatch Group, since 1985. Its history has its roots in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, where in 1848 Louis Brandt founded La Generale Watch Co. It wouldn’t be until 1984 that the company would be officially named Omega SA. Omega’s history is full of notable achievements: they produced the first minute-repeater wristwatch (1892), became regular timekeepers of sport events (since1909), took part of space and moon exploration with NASA (1969), and developed the Co-Axial escapement, amongst many others.

Along with the Speedmaster, the Seamaster line is one of the most well known Omega collections. The Seamaster Cosmic 2000 line was produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It presented a new aesthetics to the line, with a stainless steel case and press-in case back, with beautiful dials and unique case form. The piece we present has a blue sunburst dial that contrasts with the white applied hour markers and the white raised outer minute track, giving it a unique tridimensional effect. You also get an applied Omega logo at 12 o’clock and a date window at 3 o’clock. It has an universally pleasing 38mm diameter, powered by a caliber 1022 automatic movement, and matched with a blue leather strap with an Omega buckle. This timepiece has been evaluated by a professional watchmaker, and as it is a vintage watch we advise you to take special attention not to submit it to any water or humidity. Also, although it is working completely fine you have to remember it was built many years ago, so you should not expect time keeping accuracy similar to todays more rigorous standards.

This is a great entry level Omega, especially if you are a vintage addicted like us. This is a watch that goes great with a variety of different leather strap colours, so it can be adapted to your various outfits and daily occasions.