Omega Watch Olympic Seamaster 522.


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Basic Info

Ref. No. 522.
Code 74067
Movement Automatic
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Steel
Year 2014
Condition 1 (mint)
  With box
  With papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United Kingdom, London
Price £3,250 (= $4,098)
Availability Available now


Movement Automatic


Case material Steel
Case diameter 45.5 mm
Waterproof 60 ATM
Dial Black
Dial numerals Arabic numerals


Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel
Clasp Fold clasp


Limited Edition


After the moon landings, Omega is best known for its association with the Olympic Games, which it has officially sponsored since 1952. What is less well known is that it also sponsors the Winter Games, and has created special edition watches to mark Winter Olympics events since at least 1956. The games held in Russia last year were no exception. This watch, a limited edition Seamaster in superb condition, was one of several made in honour of Sochi 2014. The caseback features an engraving of the Sochi Olympics logo, while the ceramic bezel makes subtle use of the red, white and blue colours of the Russian flag. This Omega has undergone a thorough inspection of water resistance, accuracy, functionality and condition to determine the level of reconditioning required to meet our strict standards. It has also been referenced against technical documents and manufacturer records where available to ensure authenticity and a clean history. This is a pre-owned Omega Olympic Seamaster 522. It has a 45.5mm Steel case, a Black Quarter Arabic dial, a Steel bracelet, and is powered by an Automatic movement. The case has a 8623xxxx serial and paperwork is dated 20 May 2014, making it 2 years. It originated in Spain, and comes complete with box. It is also supplied with a comprehensive 12 month Watchfinder warranty.


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United Kingdom
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