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The Swiss manufacturer Omega offers fine timepieces with the extraordinary vintage charm of the 1960s with the Omega Dynamic. This is a must-have for vintage enthusiasts!  More

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Buy vintage, pre-owned Omega Dynamic watches

Whether it's the beguiling vintage charm of decades past or military-style functionality you're looking for, you're getting a high level of quality as well as a genuine piece of history with an Omega Dynamic. The Dynamic Collection stands for what its name promises – a dynamic lifestyle and true individuality. Experience the spirit of the 70s on your wrist and stand out from the crowd with a special vintage timepiece.

Flexible options for financing

If you would like to purchase an Omega Dynamic model, don't wait too long, because these vintage watches are sought-after, one-of-a-kind timepieces. At Watchmaster, in addition to the traditional methods of payment, we offer online financing plans for your watch, so you don't have to spend all your savings in one lump sum. If you have any questions about a model or the various payment options, our customer service would be happy to help you further.

What makes the vintage watches in the Dynamic collection so special?

Looking at the Omega Geneve Dynamic, it is quite easy to tell the difference between the first two generations and the third. The first and second generations feature oval cases that provide a comfortable fit on the wrist, and have various options for personalized configuration. Stainless steel or gold cases add to its superb vintage feel. All the models are equipped with a date window at 3 o'clock and three hands, an automatic movement, and water resistance for up to 3 bar. There are a few exceptions, however, such as the Dynamic (Ref. 135.033) that is equipped with a manual winding, or the Seamaster Dynamic (Ref. 1430) with a quartz movement. One aspect that was particularly popular about this collection was the interchangeable bracelets, of which there is still a large selection available on the internet today. This includes a choice of leather, textile and metal bracelets.

The third generation of the Omega Dynamic appeared in the late 1990s and visually evokes the manufacturer's military history. The oval cases have been replaced with round ones and now house two versions of automatic calibres. For one model, the third generation accommodates classic Omega Dynamic chronographs in a 38 mm stainless steel case, and for the other, the movement powers plain three-hand models featuring a date window with a case diameter of 36 mm. Both variations use the ETA 2892-A2 calibre as a foundation, with an additional Dubois-Depraz module added to the chronograph version. Black dials with luminous coating on the Arabic numeral hour markers and sword hands round out the design of the watches. Thanks to their moderate case diameters, these Dynamic watches are equally well-suited for men and women.

Noteworthy Omega Dynamic models and their prices

Would you like to buy an Omega Dynamic? Here's an overview of this exciting collection. Learn more about a few, selected models and find prices for used Dynamic watches.

  • The Geneve Dynamic (Ref. 5240.50.00) in steel is a sportier version with a chronograph complication from the series' third generation. Featuring a 38 mm case, water resistance for up to 50 metres and a chronograph function, this model is a robust, everyday companion. The dial displays easy-to-read Arabic numerals that underscore the watch's military lineage. Well-preserved models of this Omega Geneve Dynamic men's watch can be found for sale starting at €1,500.

  • The Dynamic (Ref. 5290.50.07) is also part of the third generation and has a 38 mm case with a black chronograph dial. This model is different from the previous reference primarily in the colour of the Arabic numerals, because the Ref. 5290.50.07 has no luminescent material on the dial. This model is more likely to be found fitted with a leather strap than a stainless steel one. This chronograph can be purchased pre-owned for about €1,550.

  • Anyone looking for a simple watch should be sure to check out the Dynamic Automatic (Ref. 5250.50.00), which is reminiscent of Omega's version of the "Dirty Dozen" military watches. This model also lacks Super-LumiNova on the Arabic numerals. It is necessary to budget just under €1,500 when shopping for a used model of this 36 mm stainless steel watch. For this price, you have the opportunity to acquire a solid wristwatch with an Omega calibre 1108 that is based on ETA 2890-A2, with a choice of leather or metal bracelet and water resistance up to 30 metres.

  • The reference 5290.50.00 is an impressive 36 mm Omega Dynamic chronograph with a solid stainless steel case. Visually, it is almost indistinguishable from its counterparts in the series and thanks to its moderate size, it is an absolute classic that can be worn with a dress shirt despite its decidedly military appearance. Pre-owned references can be found priced at around €1,500.

About the beginnings of the collection

The first generation of Omega Dynamic arrived on the stage of fine watchmaking in 1965 as a creation for the Prix de Ville de Geneva and immediately made an impression thanks to its oval case shape. Thanks to the various bracelet, material and colour combinations, Dynamic watches were ideal for personal preferences and customization. This aspect made them one of the most popular and best-selling series from the brand in the 1970s.

The second generation was released in 1984 and offered numerous options for customization. However, the focus of the new edition in the Dynamic series was on improved readability, which was achieved through a slight tilt of the case. While visually very similar to the first generation, the second generation never achieved the same success and was discontinued after only a few years.

In 1997, Omega launched the third generation of the Dynamic and introduced two versions of the watch to commemorate Omega's military heritage and World War II watches. In addition to a self-winding chronograph, one other version was released equipped with the classic three hands and a date window. Due to their reasonable, entry-level prices, the models were particularly popular with younger buyers. However, they were not a resounding success either, which is why this generation's two models were again discontinued in 1999.

Other series by Omega

  • "Houston, we have a problem!" If it weren't for the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch, the astronauts on the Apollo 13 mission probably wouldn't have survived. After the mission had to be aborted as the result of an onboard explosion, the Speedmaster Moonwatch chronograph enabled the vital calculations for their return to Earth. If you are looking for a timepiece with a fascinating history, the Moonwatch is definitely for you.

  • Another popular series by Omega is the Seamaster Diver 300 M. Made famous through Pierce Brosnan's portrayal of James Bond, the Seamaster has meanwhile become one of the most popular luxury watches available.

  • Brave the elements and conquer the seas with the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600 M! A water resistance for up to 60 bar paired with exceptional build quality and a striking design make these watches reliable companions for any adventure.

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