The Constellation line was firstly introduced by Omega in the early 1950’s, more precisely in 1952. It was their more elegant and premium piece, featuring COSC certified movements and coming in a more refined case.
This reference, 168.005, comes with many different dial variations (some featuring arrowhead markers, pie pan dials, domed dials…) This particular one has straight elegant indeces, with an evenly patinated dial. It still preserves some of the tritium plots it once initially had.
The dog-leg lugs this watch has makes it wear bigger on the wrist, and even for a 34mm watch, I think this watch could be pulled off by the majority of guys (and girls!). It comes with the original straight beads of rice (BoR) bracelet, with the original Omega-signed clasp.
On the back, the steel medallion is in good condition, but on the flipside some scratches can be seen (from a badly attempt to open the watch back).
This particular watch comes fully serviced for you to wear, and according to the timegrapher, it’s gaining +05s/day and around 280º amplitude (pictures available).