Omega Constellation 14902 ‘Dog Leg’ Case 1962
Omega is a Swiss watch brand that was founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt. the company has a long history of producing high-quality watches, and the Constellation model is one of their most iconic lines. The Omega Constellation was first introduced in 1952 and is still in production. The Omega Constellation line of watches is characterized by its distinctive design and high-quality craftsmanship.
The Omega Constellation with the ‘Dog Leg’ case is a classic vintage watch. This example features an stainless steel case, a chronometer-certified movement, and a steel dial. The case diameter is 34 mm. The watch is powered by Omega’s caliber 561 movement, which is renowned for its accuracy and reliability.
Chronometers are highly accurate timepieces that are certified by an independent body. Omega’s caliber 561 movement is a Chronometer-certified movement, which means it has been tested and certified to meet strict accuracy standards. The Dog Leg lugs on this watch are a distinctive design element that is unique to the Constellation line. The original Omega ‘Beads of Rice’ bracelet is included with this watch, and they are in good vintage condition. The Constellation Observatory logo on the case back is a testament to Omega’s commitment to accuracy and precision and has been preserved magnificently.
If you are looking for a vintage Omega watch that is sure to impress, the Constellation is the perfect choice. With its timeless design and impeccable construction, this watch is suitable for both formal and everyday occasions.