Omega Seamaster 120 Diver 1968
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About this watch
A solid, highly-attractive and functional watch, the Omega Seamaster 120 Diver is really something to be seen wearing. Sporting a handsome black dial, a black bakelite bezel, yellow markers, a quickset date window and sweep seconds, it looks great for both day and evening wear. Measuring at 37mm in diameter, both the case and crown are signed, and the infamous Omega hippocampus logo can be found engraved on the case back.
Powered by the 24-jewel Calibre 565, it’s fully automatic, beats at 19,800 bph (5.5 beats per second) and has Incabloc shock protection.
In an all-original condition, this watch keeps very good time, and is paired with a black crocodile strap.
A little history: Omega began manufacturing waterproof watches as far back as 1932. It was in 1957 that they launched their first watch targeted at diving — the Seamaster 300. The Seamaster 120 followed in 1966; smaller than the 300 it was the first dive watch Omega produced with a date display.
The Photos Shown Are From The Actual Watch For Sale. The watch is working well.