Let’s take a look at the watch itself. The Swiss fake Omega Genève ST 166.0190 brings some rather particular shapes together, with the 36mm wide by 44mm lug-to-lug tonneau case and TV-dial. It’s a true work of ‘70s watchmaking. According to the best quality replica Omega site 2021, it was only produced for the international collection between 1974 and 1975.
Two things on my particular example are not original to the Swiss made fake Omega. One is the unsigned replacement crown, and the other is the appropriately funky Fixo-Flex bracelet. I actually managed to fix the bracelet, and still use it on the watch. Something about the look of it on the UK Omega replica watches Paypal makes it too good to swap out. Although the watch does work very well on a leather or perlon strap too.
Inside this lovely perfect copy Omega, is the automatic caliber 1012. This movement has a quickset date and a hacking feature. It runs at 28,800 VpH and has a power reserve of 42 hours. It also has a signed rotor and has the salmon copper color of older luxury replica Omega movements, which makes it rather pleasing to look at. Even despite the lack of service, the movement ran only slightly fast, gaining about a minute every five days. Not ideal, but something that a service won’t be able to fix.
TV dials galore
So now that you’ve read the story of my €60 Omega replica watches online UK, humor me further, and let me make the case for TV dials. Though this particular watch may not help the case, there are a number of brilliant copy watches for sale which feature this distinctive dial shape. Swiss movement fake Omega especially made a number of models in the Seamaster, Genève, and Constellation lines with TV dials in the ‘70s. For the sake of keeping this short, I’ll only mention three that are my absolute favorites. The first of these comes not from wholesale copy Omega, but from Heuer. That’s right! I’m talking about the Heuer Silverstone. Calibre11 published an insightful piece on the Silverstone here.
My second pick is the best 1:1 replica Omega Speedmaster TV 176.0014. Talk about not getting anywhere near enough love! This wonderful TV-dialed automatic Speedy is just incredible. Down to the tapering integrated bracelet, and weird but wonderful dial layout, this is definitely a conversation starter. Jorg wrote about this one in more detail in his article here.
The final pick and my favorite TV-dial watch out there is the cheap super clone Omega Seamaster 176.005 ST chronograph. Now, you might argue that this isn’t a true TV dial, as the dial itself is actually round, but thanks to the crystal’s TV shape, I would argue that this counts as one.
The more traditional dial layout makes it easier on the eyes than the TV-dialed Speedy, and the blue, red, and orange details make it one funky number. This is the AAA quality replica Omega I would love to call my own someday. One last watch worth mentioning which could be said to feature a TV dial would be the Patek Philippe Nautilus! Not exactly round, and not exactly square, perhaps more refined than the designs we have looked at today, but once you see it, you can’t unsee it.