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OMEGA Flightmaster
145.013 “12 Without Dots”

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€ 6.250

This Flightmaster, serial number 29.131.xxx, is a very nice example of the early production from 1969.

It is fitted with the extremely rare pushers with single-colored disks, corresponding to the very first pushers, and a specific Mexican bracelet.

Its dial has a very nice patina, and all its part are conform.

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About this watch

This Flightmaster, serial number 29.131.xxx, is a very nice example of the early production from 1969.

It is fitted with the extremely rare pushers with single-colored disks, corresponding to the very first pushers, and a specific Mexican bracelet.

Its dial has a very nice patina, and all its part are conform.

Watchfid Score

8.5 / 10

About the Model

The Flightmaster, watchmaking’s equivalent of the Swiss army knife, was probably the most advanced professional watch back in 1969, when it was first commercialised.

Characterised by its Pilot’s line, it is equally distinguished by its bright colours, seven hands, three crowns and two pushers. Each function is colour-coded: yellow or red for the chronograph, blue for the second timezone and black for a simplified chronograph function using the bezel.

The first Flightmaster examples, reference ST 145.013, were available in September 1969.

This first generation was fitted with the caliber 910 characterized by the following functions: chronograph (12 hours), second time zone and 24-hour (or AM/PM) indicator. It can be easily identified by its two-tone green-black 24H subdial.

About the Brand

In 1848, Louis Brandt founded a company in La Chaux-de-Fonds which would become Omega. In the 1880s, the Louis Brandt & Fils company moved to its current site in Bienne and in 1894 the caliber Omega was created, which would give its name to the company. Renowned for its precise, innovative and affordable watches, it became the largest supplier of watches to the British Army during World War II. It also became the first company to time the Olympic Games in 1932. Among its range of numerous professional watches, the Speedmaster became the first watch worn on the moon in 1969.

Services Included

Watchfid Certification Report: Yes

The purpose of this document is to determine whether the constituent parts of the watch are conform to the model reference /period or not, and to value their condition and importance.

Watchfid Digital Certificate: Yes

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Watchfid Appraisal Book: Yes

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Extract of Archives: Yes

On request and when available, an extract of the archives from the manufacturer can be obtained.