What good is an Omega Olympic Collection Timeless watch without the Olympics logo? This timepiece is one of the rare and nearly impossible to find examples with the Olympic rings on the second hand. It also features the special Official Timekeeper caseback.
There are many sellers listing the non-Official Timekeeper version of this watch – always check the caseback and second hand! If you’re seeking an Olympics model, don’t settle for the plain Seamaster 300 M Chronometer (Ref: 2894.51.91) that is often mistaken for the Omega Specialties limited edition watch seen here. No longer available from Omega.
- Reference: 2896.51.91 (similar to 2894.51.91)
- Movement: Automatic, Swiss made
- Caliber: Omega 3303 (base Piguet 1285)
- Case: Stainless steel
- Diameter: 41.5mm (about 46mm including the crown)
- Thickness: 15mm
- Weight: 121g/4.3oz
- Black dial with date at 6:00
- Features: Small seconds at 9:00, 30 minutes at 3:00, 12 hours at 6:00
- Bezel: Uni-directional rotating with black insert
- Black with grey/red stripes nylon nato style strap
- Lug Width: 20mm
- Crystal: Sapphire, slightly domed with anti-reflective coating
- Depth Rating: 300m/1,000ft
- Crown: Screw-down
- Retail Price: N/A, discontinued
Includes: White Omega Olympics box, Omega Olympics booklet, white Olympics card holder (still in plastic), original tag with matching serial number, manual.
Condition: Good. Signs of wear on the case, lugs, and bezel. The crystal is excellent. The strap is excellent. We can swap it out for a different color nato strap if you prefer.
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