Vintage Omega Genéve 136.041 from 1969

Omega has long been synonymous with unparalleled craftsmanship and precision in the world of horology, crafting timepieces that have adorned the wrists of astronauts, royalty, presidents, and Hollywood luminaries. While the Speedmaster, Seamaster, and Constellation lines are household names, the Omega Genéve series stands as a testament to Omega’s daring and inventive spirit, offering a range of watches that are both creative and distinctive.

Presenting the Omega Genéve with the reference number 136.041, a remarkable creation from the pivotal year of 1968 that embodies Omega’s dedication to quality and timeless aesthetics. Encased in a 35mm stainless steel shell is the manual-wound caliber 613 movement, a powerhouse that ensures the watch operates with precision and reliability. The silver dial, adorned with an applied logo and broad hour markers filled with black lacquer, sits gracefully atop this robust movement, offering a visual delight to the beholders.

Retaining its original Omega signed crown and featuring a screw-down caseback, this watch promises durability and a lasting elegance. The condition speaks volumes about its craftsmanship, with a sharp case and dial, and a manual movement that runs flawlessly.

With its minimalist yet captivating design, coupled with a superior movement, this Omega Genéve is not just a watch, but a piece of history that would elevate any collection, whether you are just beginning or looking to enrich an existing one. It stands as a perfect embodiment of elegance and technical brilliance, promising to be a cherished addition to any collection.

What we love:

  • Clean and simple design
  • Great case condition

What you should know:

  • Some small scratches between the lugs from bracelet wear


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Case Diameter

35 mm

Case Material

Stainless Steel

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