Here is an uncommon 1963 Omega Seamaster 30. This is one of the first of the specially named Omegas, others being named the Seamaster 60, 300 etc. We do not often see the 30 appear. This is a larger-sized watch, measuring 35mm across and a sleek 10.9mm thin. This watch is mostly dial, so it appears larger on the wrist. This dial was perfectly restored, while retaining the original steel markers and hands. The original Omega hesalite crystal and original Omega winding crown are present. The caliber 286 manual winding Omega movement was just cleaned and is accurately keeping time. These are uncommon and clean-lined Omegas.