Omega Seamaster 300 Military 165.024 ‘Big Triangle’

This historically important mil-spec Omega Seamaster 300 was issued to the British Royal Navy in 1970. The engraving on the caseback shows the military branch code, issue number and year of issue. The watch features fixed bars between the lugs so you won’t lose your wrist companion during battle.

This “Big Triangle” dial and sword hands increase legibility. The use of tritium in the hands and indices is specified by the “circled T” on the dial, something we only see on these military divers. Another trademark is the small dot in the middle of the 12 and 6 o’clock marker. The indices, hands, and bezel numerals still light up under UV-light. The original bakelite bezel is in remarkably great condition without any cracks.

We have seen and even sold some military-issued SM300 before, but none were as well preserved as this one. It is accompanied by the extract of the archives confirming the heritage and stating this watch was delivered on October 22, 1970.

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