Omega Seamaster 600 “Ploprof”
Stainless steel monobloc case grail diving watch = Plo(ngeur) Prof(essionnel) by Omega delivered on October 25th 1971 to a Swiss frogman. It’s a rare early D1 dial version, Mark 1, two colours for the 3 lines Professional/Seamaster/600 – blue/white/blue, that came with the first watches which hit the market as the Ploprof was conceived in 1967 but commercialized only in 1971. The Ploprof was used by Comex divers and other professional units around the globe.
The watch is in superb conditions, probably because it hasn’t been used too much for diving purposes but also because of its solidity. There is a light cream patina developping on the bezel markers and hands. The original bezel is in great conditions, with light surface scratches but no breaks. The red button (to unblock the bezel) is discoloured below the top part.
The watch comes with its Extract of the Archives, original Omega black Isofrane rubber strap, original Omega bracelet and box.
case is aprox. 55mm width and 44,5mm height, 15mm thick
1002 (automatic, central sweep-second hand, date)
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