Made ca 1939 (movement serial number is 9421818), this Omega pocket watch has the distinct angular, stepped cases we see from the thirties. The cases on these steel pocket watches are rarer and slimmer than their chrome/nickel, gold or silver cased cousins. We are therefore great believers in the collectability of these steel pocket watches. As always: steel is the stronger and more durable material! The numbered 10125698 “Acier Inoxydable” case is 48,6 mm in diameter and 11,8 mm thick. The silvered dial is in good condition with some patina and the blued steel Breguet style hands (and numerals) are very well preserved! The maximum sized subdial gives the seconds hand a good size. The caliber 38.5 L. T1 movement (Omega changed the name of the movement to caliber 160 in 1949) runs very well. The pictured chain and box comes with the watch.