The elliptical-shaped Dynamic - like this all original, including its Omega-signed crystal, example here - was created in 1965 for the Prix de Ville de Geneve, but was officially launched in 1968; it was designed to fit the form and flow of the wrist, to include an integrated crown.During the production run of the first generation of Dynamic automatics, Omega imbued it with upwards of over 20 different dial combinations. The case and dial angle up, and in the words of an Omega advertisement of the day, “for time-reading convenience, off-centered for the pleasure of owning a watch unlike any other.”Much like the quite unique Omega Chronostop, the Dynamic was designed to attract new young customers seeking a quality alternative to the junk watches of the time, and the first two generations in particular more than achieved this goal. Between 1968 and 1972, Omega sold more than a million Dynamic’s, speaking to its popular design. Omega would go on to re-release the Dynamic line in 1984, with a third and final generation released in 1997.This Omega Dynamic includes its original signed stainless-steel bracelet, spring bar tool, and Pelican travel case.
1970's Omega Dynamic Automatic, w/Original Bracelet
DIAL: Detailed silver and deep blue original Omega-signed dial, with original minute, hour, and chronograph hands. Date and Spanish day function at 3 o’clock position works as designed.
CASE: Unusual 42mm (incl. recessed crown) x 43mm elliptical-shaped one piece stainless steel monobloc case - movement is accessed via the front.
CRYSTAL: Domed crystal, scratch-free.
BAND: Omega Dynamic bracelet, which will fit a 8 inch wrist. The Dynamic was designed with a removable ring that allows the wearer to switch strap easily, which can be found in many colors and designs online today. Please note due to the highly unique strap design, this Dynamic does not come with a second strap.
MOVEMENT: Original Omega automatic movement.
CROWN: Recessed Omega-signed stainless steel crown.