18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, 18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946
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18ct yellow gold Chronomètre wristwatch. Made 1946

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  • Brand: OMEGA
  • Made: 1946
  • Model: Chronometer
  • Reference: OT 2365
  • Calibre: 30 T2 SC RG
  • Movement: Manual
  • Material: 18ct yellow gold
  • Features/complications: Chronometer and 30mm cylinder case
  • Dial: Silvered dial with black printed outer minute track featuring applied mirror polished alternating stud and Arabic numeral hour indices with gilt sword shaped hands and blued centre seconds hand
  • Case dimensions: 30 mm
  • Bracelet/strap: Leather strap
  • Accessories: N/A
  • Web reference: 02440

Essay: The OMEGA 30T2 was one of the most famous Chronometer calibres ever made and was designed by René Bannwart who was head of OMEGA’s creation department from 1939 to 1952.

First launched in 1939, the 30T2 were initially produced using 30mm cases and its precision and reliability made it an ideal candidate for chronometer-certified watches produced from 1941 onwards.

Its outstanding performance made the 30mm the most precise wristwatch calibre ever tested at Neuchatel, Geneva and Kew, Teddington.