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Ollech & Wajs Zürich Selectron Computer Ref. 10166


Vintage Ollech & Wajs Zürich 36mm Selectron Computer, Black Dial, Brown Leather Strap, Ref. 10166

The Ollech & Wajs Zürich Selectron Computer 10166 is a true vintage timepiece, dating back to 1969. This watch is a prime example of the brand’s dedication to producing high quality, and reliable timepieces for the military. The watch features a sleek black dial, housed within a durable 36mm stainless steel case, which is in line with the classic size of vintage watches. The dial is adorned with white hour markers and hands with a tritium lume that have aged to display a creamy patina, which still make it easy to read even in low light conditions. Powered by the Swiss made Valjoux 7733, a 17 jewel manual wind chronograph movement that was produced by Valjoux SA from the 1960s to the 1970s. A beloved movement among watch enthusiasts due to its robust construction, reliability, and classic design. With its classic design, reliable movement, and practical features, this watch is a true collector’s item that is sure to stand the test of time.

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Additional information

Band Color


Band Material


Band Type



Rotating, Bi-directional

Box and Papers

No Box | No Papers


Ollech & Wajs Zürich


Valjoux 7733

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size






Crystal Material


Dial Color





35mm – 39mm


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Item ID0005954
Model #10166
Model NameSelectron Computer
Year Producedca. 1969


Ollech & Wajs Zurich is a Swiss watch company founded in the early 1950s by Albert Wajs and Joseph Ollech. The company began as a supplier of watches for the military, with a focus on durable, reliable timepieces that could withstand harsh conditions.

In the 1960s and 1970s, Ollech & Wajs became known for their high-quality diving watches, which were used by professional divers and enthusiasts alike. These watches were made to withstand the extreme pressures and depths of underwater exploration, and featured innovative features such as helium release valves and screw-down crowns.

During the quartz crisis of the 1980s, Ollech & Wajs struggled to compete with cheaper, mass-produced watches from Asia. The company eventually went bankrupt, and the brand was dormant for many years.

In 2016, the company was resurrected by a group of watch enthusiasts who were passionate about the brand’s history and legacy. Today, Ollech & Wajs continues to produce high-quality, Swiss-made watches with a focus on durability, reliability, and classic design. Their watches are often inspired by vintage models from the company’s past, and feature modern updates such as sapphire crystals and Swiss automatic movements.