Vintage Omega Constellation Electronic f300Hz 198.0024 from 1970s
Omega is a Swiss watch company that was founded in 1848. The Constellation model was first introduced in 1952, and it was Omega’s flagship model for many years. The Constellation was known for its accuracy and its elegant design.
The Quartz crisis of the 1970s hit Omega hard, as many consumers switched to cheaper quartz watches. However, the Constellation remained popular among those who still wanted a high-quality watch. Omega even made high quality quartz watches which weren’t popular at the time, making them extremely rare and collectible in this day and age.
The Constellation electronic f300 Hz was introduced in the 1970s and was one of the first Omega watches to use an integrated bracelet. The bracelet was designed to be comfortable and stylish, and it remains a popular choice among Omega fans today.
This Omega Constellation electronic f300 Hz from the 1970s is a true classic. It features the 1250 caliber movement, which is known for its accuracy. The case diameter is 34mm and the case material is stainless steel. The integrated bracelet is in great condition, and the dial is pristine. This watch is in perfect working condition and would make a great addition to any collection.