Omega WWW Dirty Dozen OmWWWDD  35mm Manual
Omega WWW Dirty Dozen OmWWWDD 35mm Manual

Omega WWW Dirty Dozen OmWWWDD 35mm Manual

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Omega WWW Dirty Dozen OmWWWDD 35mm Manual
Inventory Code: TF706
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Observed Rate keeps good time at -15s/d
Bracelet Length strap
Condition Excellent
Condition Notes Very few, very light signs of use on the case and bracelet. Dial is very clean. Amazing vintage presentation on your wrist
This is a British Army issued Omega watch from the 1940s. The watch was issued to soldiers, it has a steel case and a black dial with white numeral for clear precise legibility.

The Ministry of Defence in the 1940s developed a specification for military issue wristwatches. The specification is referred to as W.W.W., an acronym which stands for Watch, Wristlet (i.e. not a pocket watch) and Waterproof. W.W.W. is marked on the case back along with the serial number and manufacturer code (Y for Omega). In all there were 12 different manufacturers who produced watches to this specification for the MoD, collectively they are referred to as The Dirty Dozen.

The watch has a Omega 30T2 calibre movement, which is a robust and reliable performer. The military W.W.W. watches were made to a slightly larger size than a typical wristwatch of the 1940s at 35mm diameter, consequently they make a good size for everyday wear today. The watch has fixed lugs to hold it securely to the strap, even in combat.

Case diameter (excluding winding crown): 35mm
Case material: stainless steel
strap width: 18mm

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