Omega Caliber 1310

Omega Caliber 1310

Omega Caliber 1310

Manufacturer Omega
Caliber Number 1310
In-House? Yes
Dimensions 29mm diameter x 6.35mm thick
Battery Cell Number 354
Stem Omega 1310-9030
Hand Sizes Unknown (please add to the comments)
Jewels 8
Functions Hours, minutes, central sweep-seconds, date, day
Hacking? Yes
Country of Manufacture Switzerland
Known Models
Omega Seamaster Mariner

The Omega caliber 1310 Megaquartz 32 Khz was introduced in 1973. It was Omega’s first in-house quartz movement, and was produced until about 1978. It has 8 jewels and a frequency of 32,768Hz. The caliber 1310 later evolved into the caliber 1315.

This movement has been found in: vintage Constellation models (ref: 396.0846, 396.0810, 396.0811, 396.0822, 396.0809, 196.0062), Seamaster (ref: 196.0023), the Seamaster Mariner 1 (ref: 196.0054), 1976 Geneve models (ref: 196.0066),

Watches with this caliber have two buttons on the right side of the case – above and below the crown. One button advances the calendar date, the other button hacks the second hand for precise time setting.

Please share your experiences and thoughts about the Omega caliber 1310 in the comments section below…

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Louis
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Louis

Is that plastic inside?!

Robert Riva
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I bought my omega seamaster 1310 (with the octagon casing) back in 1978 and works as good today as it did back then,and have only ever had it serviced once apart from battery changes,in all these years. It is accurate to within ten seconds per month which is excellent for a watch of this age. It’s beauty is ageless, and still stands out amongst today’s top competitors. Back then i paid £300 Sterling, a similar Omega today would set you back thousands.I take mine to all watchmaker who changes the battery checks the seals then pressure tests it. And am… Read more »

Robert Riva
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It has been documented on certain websites and blogs that the 1310 calibre has mineral glass (which can get scratched) To put the record straight my 1978 model has in fact a sapphire crystal which as those of you may know does not scratch. Perhaps the MK1(with date only) may have had glass but the later model (with day & date and bracelet as standard) has the reflective sapphire crystal verified by a jeweler. I hope this puts the record straight.

Gratiff
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Gratiff

The 1310 is the movement number not the reference model number. The same movement is used in different models. So… different models may have a plastic crystal, mineral crystal or sapphire crystal like yours. It doesn’t mean other sites are wrong, it just means they were talking about Omega watches with the calibre 1310 and different crystal than yours.

Saeid
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Saeid

Hi
I’m looking for Movement Omega 1310 Quartz and find your page on the internet. Please write me the price with my Swiss postal money.

Thankful
SZ

daniel beausoleil
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daniel beausoleil

j’ai une Seamaster mariner 1 disponible en état de fonctionnement

Robert Riva
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You shouldn’t have any problem in finding one,though they are rare. The ref # ST 196.0054. or 396.0840 (same Watch) good luck. Robert 🙂

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