Omega Seamaster Baby Ploprof

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  • Condition: Good
  • Model: 166.0250
  • Movement: Automatic
  • Strap Length: 185mm
  • Scope: Original Box
  • Year: c.1978
  • Case Width: 39mm
  • Listing ID: SD016593
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Details

Model
166.0250
Year
c.1978
Scope Original Box (No Papers)
Movement Automatic
Case Width 39mm
Strap Length
185mm
Listing ID
SD016593
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Submit your watch

The Omega 'Baby Ploprof' follows the design of its bigger sibling, the Ploprof, but in a more manageable 37mm case size. Produced in the 1980s, it was aimed at collectors and divers who liked the unique look of the Ploprof but didn't require such a high-performing watch, it retains the blocky case shape as well as the unique orange accents on the dial.

The watch is in good condition for its age. There is an even layer of scratches to the case and caseback, giving the watch a worn vintage charm. The bezel has scratches and age-related wear. The hands are in good condition with some aging on the lume, and the seconds hand has a small chip in paint. The dial is generally clean, with some wear on the luminous markers.

The bracelet is stamped '1247/237', and the watch comes with a vintage Omega box.

OMEGA

Omega is in the unique position of being perhaps the most versatile out of all the watchmakers currently still in operation. Its product lineup includes dive watches, automatic and manual chronographs, as well haute joaillerie works of art. The brand has even demonstrated its high-end watchmaking capabilities by creating complications such as the tourbillon.

Omega's story goes further than just its watches, however. The brand has had a long and rich history of being called upon in times of need, and has sold watches to everyone from the British Royal Flying Corps during the First World War to NASA during the Space Race. More recently, Omega has been known as the exclusive supplier of watches to James Bond.

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The Omega 'Baby Ploprof' follows the design of its bigger sibling, the Ploprof, but in a more manageable 37mm case size. Produced in the 1980s, it was aimed at collectors and divers who liked the unique look of the Ploprof but didn't require such a high-performing watch, it retains the blocky case shape as well as the unique orange accents on the dial.

The watch is in good condition for its age. There is an even layer of scratches to the case and caseback, giving the watch a worn vintage charm. The bezel has scratches and age-related wear. The hands are in good condition with some aging on the lume, and the seconds hand has a small chip in paint. The dial is generally clean, with some wear on the luminous markers.

The bracelet is stamped '1247/237', and the watch comes with a vintage Omega box.

OMEGA

Omega is in the unique position of being perhaps the most versatile out of all the watchmakers currently still in operation. Its product lineup includes dive watches, automatic and manual chronographs, as well haute joaillerie works of art. The brand has even demonstrated its high-end watchmaking capabilities by creating complications such as the tourbillon.

Omega's story goes further than just its watches, however. The brand has had a long and rich history of being called upon in times of need, and has sold watches to everyone from the British Royal Flying Corps during the First World War to NASA during the Space Race. More recently, Omega has been known as the exclusive supplier of watches to James Bond.

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