"You and Your Omega" 70's version

The scans for this manual were sent to me by OmegaBlogger ( www.omegablogger.com ) . MANY THANKS !

Click on any of the smaller scans below to open a new browser window containing a larger ( between 80 & 110 Kb ) version.

I can't accurately date this little booklet, but I place it in the late 60's to mid 70's. I have a number of reasons for saying this.
I host a few of these booklets, one of which I guess to be from 1966. Use this link to see the 1966 version.
Another is also from the 70's & mentions the f300 movement. Use this link to see the 70's f300 version.
It makes NO reference to any chronograph models or features - These are clearly refered to in the 1972 version, of mine, that Chuck Maddox hosts.

I believe this version of the booklet was issued for NON-Chronograph watches.

Since the booklet covers "all bases" by mentioning, manual watches, automatic watches, Watches with dates, watches with day & date, waterproof watches & dive watches. I assume would have been issue with most non-chronograph watches that Omega sold in early 70's.
Pages 6 & 7 make a reference to the push/pull quick setting for dates, as found in the 565 movement used for the Seamaster 300 & other models.

I have reproduced all the pages here.


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 Rear Cover

Once again, MANY THANKS to OmegaBlogger ( www.omegablogger.com ) for sending me these scans!

This page was written by Steve Waddington & last updated on 4 December 2005

If you have any older Omega Catalogues/brochures, you'd like to share, please feel free to E-mail me. I don't mind hosting this kind of information for others.

I don't think Omega will have a problem with me reproducing these pages on the internet. They are good enough quality that they can be used, but not so good that people can copy, print & sell them as originals.
I have written this page to share the limited knowledge & information I have. Please don't abuse me, my work or other peoples pictures. It's not a nice thing to do !

Finally, It pisses me off that I have to write a disclaimer like this !

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