Omega Caliber 1310
|Dimensions||29mm diameter x 6.35mm thick|
|Battery Cell Number||354|
|Hand Sizes||Unknown (please add to the comments)|
|Functions||Hours, minutes, central sweep-seconds, date, day|
|Country of Manufacture||Switzerland|
||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.
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Submitted by Niklas