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Omega Genève Dynamic, 1969

Omega Genève Dynamic, 1969

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A stunning example of the iconic Omega Genève Dynamic.

The Omega Genève Dynamic is a remarkable watch that stands out in the world of horology. This iconic timepiece, launched in 1967, was part of Omega's Genève collection, which was named after the Swiss city where the company was founded. The Dynamic was not only a reflection of its time but also a forward-looking design that has remained popular and relevant through the decades. In this article, we will explore the fascinating history of the Omega Genève Dynamic, its unique features, and its enduring legacy.

A Bold Design for a New Era
The late 1960s were a period of social and cultural transformation, and the design of the Omega Genève Dynamic was a bold departure from traditional watch styles. The Dynamic featured an elliptical case with an integrated bracelet, which was a radical change from the classic round cases and separate straps of other watches. This innovative design was conceived by Raymond Thevanaz, who sought to create a watch that was both comfortable and fashionable. With its fluid lines and ergonomic design, the Dynamic quickly gained a reputation as the watch of the future.

A Movement Ahead of Its Time
The Omega Genève Dynamic was powered by a cutting-edge automatic movement, the Omega Calibre 565. This movement featured a quickset date function, allowing the wearer to easily adjust the date without having to turn the hour and minute hands. Additionally, the movement was housed in a unique monocoque case, which had a one-piece construction that provided enhanced protection from water and dust. The watch also boasted an impressive 50-hour power reserve and a frequency of 19,800 vibrations per hour, making it a reliable and accurate timepiece.

A Lasting Legacy
Although the Omega Genève Dynamic was eventually discontinued in the late 1970s, its impact on the world of horology has been long-lasting. The Dynamic's innovative design and features have inspired numerous watchmakers and influenced the development of many modern timepieces. Its iconic elliptical case and integrated bracelet can still be seen in contemporary watch designs, and vintage models of the Dynamic continue to be highly sought after by collectors.

A Timeless Classic
The Omega Genève Dynamic represents a unique moment in the history of watchmaking, where innovation and creativity combined to create a truly ground-breaking timepiece. From its bold design to its advanced movement, the Dynamic captured the spirit of its era while also anticipating the future. Today, the Omega Genève Dynamic remains a symbol of style, innovation, and quality, ensuring its place in the annals of horological history.

In conclusion, the Omega Genève Dynamic is a vintage gem that seamlessly marries the groovy vibes of the '60s and '70s with the reliability of Swiss engineering. A watch that has gracefully withstood the test of time, it's a testament to the magic that happens when fashion meets functionality. So, if you're looking to make a statement with a timepiece that's both a conversation starter and a reliable companion, the Dynamic is your perfect match. After all, who wouldn't want a piece of horological history gracing their wrist?

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Key Information

Omega Dynamic

Technical Information

Key Information:

  • Brand: Omega
  • Model: Dynamic
  • Ref.: 166.039
  • Year: 1969
  • SKU: 1903


  • Movement Calibre: 565
  • Movement Type: Automatic
  • Case Size: 40mm

Box and Papers:

  • Our Own

Condition Report

Condition Report: Presented in overall good vintage condition. The dial is very clean with the exception of two light dings between 11-12 and 4 o'clock. The case remains in good shape for its age, still showing its attractive sunburst effect on the bezel and only light scratches throughout. The movement has just been service and the watch is fitted to an Omega strap and buckle.

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