About me (the WUS references):ILW"s a nice guy!ILW: great seller, wholeheartedly recommended!About the watchIn 1994,the XVII Olympic Winter Games were held in Lillehammer, Norway.
Omega,official equipment provider for the Swiss Olympic Team, produced:
- 49 midsize and 49 fullsize Olympia 18K gold Chronometers,
- 194 midsize and 194 fullsize Olympia stainless steel Chronometers,
- probably 194 midsize and 194 fullsize Olympia stainless steel Quartz watches (like the one up for sale).
Although I could not find official information of the number of the quartz watches produced for the Swiss Olympic Team, I can legitimately assume (please see the pictures with the case back!) that my watch is one of an Omega limited edition.The biggest number (on a quartz) found by the Omega fanatics is 188.Mine is one of the first five.Condition: excellentWorks: properly (and it's water resistant, I swam a lot with it)Movement: QuartzOmega Caliber 1438 (6 jewels -2842.21)Dimensions:↔: 42mm (1.65 inches) + (thecrown of) 4 mm (0.15 inches),lug width: 20 mm (0.78inches).Dial: whiteFunctions: date indication with rapid shift (including backwards) at 3 o'clockHands: alot of lume!!!Crystal: sapphireCase: stainless steelCaseback: screw-down,stainless steelCrown: original OmegaHelium escape valve: original OmegaStrap: original Omega black leather (worn)Clasp: original Omega bucklePRICE: $1500 (slightly negotiable) + shipment and PayPal fees
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