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Omega Genève Steel 35mm Champagne
Omega Chronostop drivers watch 1968
NZ$3,308
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252
DE
Omega Genève Steel 35mm
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Omega Geneve - Gold-plated Automatic. 1958
NZ$1,084
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Omega Genève Steel 35mm Black No numerals
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Omega Genève Chronostop
NZ$1,340
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DE
Omega Genève Steel 35mm Grey No numerals
Omega Chronostop Driver Handaufzug 1968
NZ$4,664
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75
DE
Omega Genève Steel 35mm Grey No numerals
Omega Chronostop Driver 1969 Ref. 146.010
NZ$2,459
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54
PT
Omega Genève Steel 41mm Silver
Omega Geneve Dynamic Bicolor dial 1972’s
NZ$2,629
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474
IT
Omega Genève Yellow gold 34mm White No numerals
Omega Genève Cal.601 9ct 1970
NZ$4,080
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58
UK
Omega Genève Yellow gold 34,5mm Champagne No numerals
Omega Geneve 14k gold
NZ$2,589
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133
SE
Omega Genève Steel
Omega chronostop geneve 146.009 - 146.010 carica manuale
NZ$2,035
Professional dealer
460
IT
Omega Genève Steel 34.5mm Silver
Omega Genève automatic ref. 166.002
NZ$1,779
Professional dealer
205
DE
Omega Genève Steel 32mm Silver No numerals
Omega Geneve
NZ$1,527
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IT
Omega Genève Steel 35mm Silver
Omega Genève
NZ$826
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BR
Omega Genève Steel 34,7mm Silver
Omega vintage Herrenuhr Seamaster / Geneve Automatik ca. 1968
NZ$3,045
Professional dealer
95
DE
Omega Genève Steel 34mm Silver No numerals
Omega Dress Geneve Date Ref. 14724 1960
NZ$3,223
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180
DE
Omega Genève Steel 35mm No numerals
Omega Chronostop 146.009 cream dial 1969
NZ$1,781
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474
IT
Omega Genève Yellow gold 33mm Brown No numerals
Omega Cal.565 Automatic Genève 9ct, 1972, Original Unrestored...
NZ$4,588
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58
UK
Omega Genève Yellow gold 34,5mm Silver No numerals
Omega Genéve 18K gold
NZ$2,589
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133
SE
Omega Genève Steel 34mm Grey No numerals
Omega (467) Vintage Geneve Beautiful Grey Sunburst Dial from...
NZ$2,668
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53
JP
Omega Genève Steel 34mm Silver
Omega Genève Cal.610 "Crosshair Dial"
NZ$1,162
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205
DE
Omega Genève Steel 36mm
Omega Genève NOS
NZ$933
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ES
Omega Genève Steel Silver No numerals
Omega Chronostop
NZ$2,120
Professional dealer
17
IT
Omega Genève Gold/Steel 25mm Gold
Omega Ladies Geneve Hand Wind Calibre 620 Mint New Old Stock
NZ$1,394
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157
UK
Omega Genève Yellow gold 34mm Silver No numerals
Omega Genève Rare Dial
NZ$4,834
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79
IT
Omega Genève Yellow gold 34mm Champagne No numerals
Omega Genève Day-Date automatic yellow gold 18KT 1970
NZ$3,308
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474
IT
Omega Genève Steel 34mm
Omega Geneve
NZ$662
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IT
Omega Genève 34mm Gold No numerals
Omega Genève Cal.601 9ct 1970
NZ$3,990
Free shipping
Professional dealer
58
UK
Omega Genève Steel 35mm White
Omega (634) Vintage Geneve with Stunning Matte Dial from 1972...
NZ$3,100
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53
JP
Omega Genève Steel 36mm Silver No numerals
Omega Geneve Day-Date Stainless Steel 37mm Cal 1020
NZ$1,585
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199
US
Omega Genève Gold/Steel 36mm
Omega Vintage Geneve Automatic Gold Plated 36mm 1660168 1660168
NZ$1,289
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1309
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Omega Genève Steel 41mm
Omega Genève
NZ$636
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Omega Genève: A Vintage Dresswatch From the 1960s

Omega launched the Genève as an affordable, high-quality dress watch back in the 1960s. Today, there are many models available, and this timepiece serves as a perfect entry point into the vintage world of this Swiss luxury watch brand.


Affordable Vintage Watches

Omega originally applied the term "Genève" to particularly high-quality watches with at least 50% of their construction completed in Geneva. As models like the Speedmaster and Seamaster grew in popularity in the 1960s, the Swiss company decided to turn the Genève into an independent collection of entry-level watches.

The Genève was in production until the early 1980s. Omega released many different models over the collection's lifespan, some of which were truly unique. There are watches with oval, rectangular, and barrel-shaped cases in gold or stainless steel. Each timepiece features a manual, automatic, or quartz movement, with or without a date display. Though their average diameter of 35 mm is rather small by modern standards, it was more than sufficient back then.

Simple, three-hand designs unite this collection of perfect dress watches. Thin line indices keep the dials looking tidy. Many models also feature sunburst dial patterns. However, you should be careful when wearing this timepiece to the beach or pool: It is only water-resistant to 30 m (3 bar, 98 ft) and, therefore, needs to be protected against moisture. Perhaps most importantly, these timepieces exude a certain vintage charm unique to Omega.

Reasons to Buy an Omega Genève

  • Vintage watches at interesting prices
  • Large variety of models
  • Automatic, quartz, and manual calibers
  • Stainless steel or gold cases
  • Men's and women's sizes

Prices at a Glance: Omega Genève

Model Price (approx.) Caliber, feature
145.009 1,400 USD 865 (manual), chronograph
161.009 1,200 USD 552 (automatic), yellow gold case
166.079 830 USD 752 (automatic), day-date display
166.0190 770 USD 1012 (automatic), date, stainless steel case
136.041 590 USD 613 (manual), gold-plated case
135.041 590 USD 601 (manual), silver dial
198.020 480 USD 1260 (quartz), gold-plated case
511.0427 360 USD 620 (manual), stainless steel case

How much does an Omega Genève cost?

The Genève collection offers a vast selection of models. Prices depend on the watch's material, features, and size. You can purchase a 20-mm women's model in stainless steel with a manual caliber and no date for as little as 300 USD. At around 410 USD, gold-plated models with a date and diameter of 22.5 mm are only slightly more expensive.

Prices for men's Genève models begin around 590 USD. That will get you a manual, 33-mm watch in stainless steel without a date display. If you'd prefer a date, your options include both manual and automatic watches. Most of these watches have larger diameters of 34 to 36 mm and prices ranging from 710 to 900 USD.

Top models in this series are made of yellow, rose, or white gold. A 33-mm Genève with an automatic caliber and a date display costs around 1,200 USD. Models with a day-date display and a solid gold bracelet can easily cost double that. Especially rare timepieces in excellent condition and with their original accessories regularly demand upwards of 6,000 USD. As vintage watches without any recommended retail price from the manufacturer, their prices are dictated by what buyers are willing to pay for them. These are collector's prices in every sense of the word.


The Quartz Genève

In the early 1970s, Omega began outfitting the Genève with quartz movements. These models are easy to recognize thanks to the "Electronic" or "Megaquartz" inscription on their dials and the Omega logo against a red background at 12 o'clock. These watches measure almost 39 mm in diameter, feature a date or day-date display, and demand prices ranging from 590 to 840 USD.


The Genève Dynamic and Chronostop

The Genève Dynamic and Chronostop look very different than fellow Genève models. The Dynamic, in particular, catches the eye with its shape: The oval stainless steel case is much wider than it is tall. The band, available in stainless steel or leather, tapers toward the clasp, underscoring the overall sporty yet elegant design. The dials also feel sporty, especially on the multicolored models. You can purchase a 29-mm women's Dynamic for as little as 420 USD, regardless of the movement type. You'll need another 120 USD on hand for a well-maintained model with a date display.

At 41 mm, the men's version of the Dynamic is much more conspicuous. Its price also sits well above that of the women's editions, coming in at between 710 and 1,800 USD. That amount will get you an automatic watch with a day-date display.

The Chronostop has an even sportier appearance. It is the series' only chronograph. However, Omega remained true to the collection's three-hand design, completely forgoing any subdials. The stopwatch function is operated using a push-piece at 2 o'clock. The crown, in turn, has slid down to the 4 o'clock position. This 35-mm watch is powered by one of two manual calibers: either the 920 (date) or the 865 (no date). Plan to spend anywhere from 950 to 2,000 USD on one of these collector's items.