Omega: Die letzte Seamaster für die Comex

Derzeit stellt das Omega Museum eine ganz besondere Uhr aus (trotz fehlender Taucherlünette), dazu Antiquorum:

“Patrice Chemin joined Comex in early 1970 as a diver and was selected to participate in several experimental hyperbaric dives, including Janus II at 250 m (820 ft.) in 1970, Physalie V, a World Record dive, at 520m (1,706 ft.) in Nov. 1970, Beluga at 180m (590 ft.) in water at – 2 Celsius (28 F), in 1971, and Physalie VI at 610m (2001 ft.) in May 1972. […] the rare Omega Seamaster given to him to celebrate his successful dive for Physalie V, which represents the last time Omega was involved in deep sea diving before Rolex took over, and the only known“Omega Comex“ that was attributed on a World record dive.”

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