- BandSteel Bracelet
- Case MaterialSteel
Omega 1976 Chrono-Quartz Seamaster “Scoreboard”
Excellent condition, just serviced with new battery, rare and interesting 1976 Omega Chrono-Quartz Seamaster. These were made for the 1976 Montreal Olympic games, on the case back the Omega Seamaster logo is embossed alongside the Olympic logo. The watch is commonly referred to as the Scoreboard as it is large heavy, and designed in the fashion of the 1976 Olympic Games scoreboard. This watch has had very little use and still retains its factory finish, with a full size bracelet which is of course original to the watch. It is an unusual style of watch which has become very fashionable lately. It does not have any instructions, but the functions can be worked out as they are printed on the dial. The minute hand is set using a button inside the winding crown. The watch was serviced in July 2003 by a qualified watchmaker and was fitted with a new battery. It is running and working to perfection. This watch is a huge success today and is the subject of many talking points. Features the time clock on the right of the dial and digital chronograph functions in the two display windows on the left of the dial. These include split seconds and lap timing functions. This is a very contemporary an lovely collectors classic, and a pioneer of the digital age of quartz. All function work correctly. Dimensions are as follows. The width is 47 mm excluding crown, 51 mm including crown and buttons. The thickness is 13 mm and the lug to lug distance is 46 mm.