Omega Ref. 2937-4, Year 1958 Men's Vintage Watch
An attractive example of the vintage Omega reference 2937-4. Hailing from circa 1958 and featuring a clean 35.5mm steel case and beautiful, professionally refurbished dial. Powered by a recently serviced Omega...
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An attractive example of the vintage Omega reference 2937-4. Hailing from circa 1958 and featuring a clean 35.5mm steel case and beautiful, professionally refurbished dial. Powered by a recently serviced Omega calibre 267 manual wind movement this watch would make for a perfect daily wearer.
|Caliber Number||Calibre 267|
|Addition Information||Fully Serviced|
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