Omega CK679 Marine from 1941 – Extract of Archives


Highly collectible and rare tool watch by the famous Swiss brand Omega. This watch is accompanied with an Extract of Archives from Omega indicating this watch was produced on February 27, 1941 (81 years ago) and a rare 1940s Omega box. Scroll down to learn more about this watch.



This is the first ‘waterproof’ divers watch made by Omega with a very interesting and innovative case design.
The case consists of two stainless steel bodies that slide together whereafter the two cases are sealed with a clasp on the backside.
Although the watch was discontinued after a number of years in production due to unreliable results, the watch was successfully tested (at lake Geneva) to withstand water up to a depth of 73 meters during a 30 minute time period.

Rare ‘Importe de Suisse’ signed dial and blued steel sword hands.
The dial has acquainted a very attractive and subtle beige patina

The steel case is fully marked and stamped with all corrects patent numbers and logo’s.
Stunning design case with unmistakable influences from the Art-Deco period wears incredibly smooth around the wrist.
As seen on the pictures, there’s some wear in between the case back side and the closure clasp.

The Caliber 19.4 T2 movement is clean and runs well.

The overall condition of this watch is superb. The watch remains in a complete original condition with the exception of the crystals.
Normal wear such as light scratches, nothing unusual after 80+ years.

A breathtaking set of Omega history in stunning and original condition.

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Additional information




24,25mm / 37,25mm




19.4 T2


Stainless Steel