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Omega Genève Ref. 2754-4

$1,495

Vintage Omega 34mm Genève, Silver Dial, Brown Leather Strap, Ref. 2754-4

The Omega Genève wristwatch was introduced in the 1950s as part of Omega’s broader effort to create a line of watches that combined precision with affordability. The Genève line was characterized by its elegant yet understated design, targeting a broader consumer base than Omega’s more exclusive models. The collection featured a variety of models, including dress watches and chronographs, catering to different tastes and needs. Over the years, the Genève line evolved with changing trends and technologies, showcasing Omega’s commitment to innovation and style. While the specific models and designs have varied, the Omega Genève has remained a popular choice among watch enthusiasts for its blend of quality craftsmanship and accessible luxury.

The vintage Omega Genève 2754-4 is a timeless timepiece with a 34mm stainless steel case and acrylic crystal, offering a classic aesthetics. Its silver crosshair dial features gold chevron hour markers and dauphine hands, creating a sophisticated and legible display. The small seconds reference adds a touch of functionality to its elegant design. This watch is powered by a manual wind caliber 266, 17 jewel movement, reflecting Omega’s commitment to precision and reliability. It comes with a brown leather strap, adding a vintage appeal and completing its classic look.

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Additional information

Band Color

Brown

Band Material

Leather

Band Type

Strap

Box and Papers

No Box | No Papers

Brand

Omega

Caliber

266

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size

34mm

Caseback

Solid

Complication

Small Seconds

Crystal Material

Acrylic

Dial Color

Silver

Movement

Manual

Size

31mm – 34mm

Warranty

1-Year Watchworks Guarantee

Item ID0006543
Model #2754-4
Model NameGenève
Serial Number1XXXXXXX

Description

Omega is one of the world’s most recognizable luxury watch brands.  Although founded in 1848, the company did not become known as Omega until 1894, when the company took the name of its highly successful new watch movement.  The revolutionary movement used a single crown for both winding and time setting.  Success followed success when in 1905, due to its commitment to accuracy, Omega became the official timekeeper for Swiss sporting events.  Later in 1932, Omega became the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games.  To mark Omega’s 100th year anniversary, Omega introduced the watch that would become one of the world’s most popular watches, the Seamaster.  While these are remarkable achievements, the watch that made Omega a legend among watchmakers was the Speedmaster, the only watch to survive the brutal NASA testing requirements and the only watch certified by NASA for use in Space.  It is no surprise that Omega watches are recognized today as spectacularly rugged tool watches hiding in a luxury watch.