Omega 344-1911A, Casing clamp

  • 120 kr
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  • NOS OMEGA original part, lightly corroded due to long term storage.

  • 1 pcs, not in factory packaging.

  • Fits cal: 342, 344

  • Fits ref: 2807


Data: Omega cal: 344 (28.10 RA PC T2 RG AM 17p)


  • 17 jewels, automatic wind, sub second, chronometer.

  • S: = 28.10 mm.

  • H: = 4.80 mm.

  • N: = 19.800 A/h.

  • Power reserve: 42 h.


Versions untill 1949. Marked on the plate:


  • 30.10 RA PC AM 17p: sub second, from -49 = cal: 330.

  • 30.10 RA PC JUB AM 17p: sub second, chronometer, from -49 = cal: 331.

  • 30.10 RA PC T1 AM 17p: sub second, from -49 = cal: 332

  • 28.10 RA PC AM 17p: sub second, from -49 = cal: 340

  • 28.10 RA PC JUB AM 17p: sub second, chronometer, from -49: cal: 341.

  • 28.10 RA PC T1 AM 17p: sub second, from -49 = cal: 342

  • 28.10 RA SC PC: center second, from -49, cal: 350

  • 28.10 RA SC PC T1 AM 17p: center second, from -49, cal: 351


Versions: 30.10 mm. From 1949. Marked on the barrel bridge.


  • 330: sub second.

  • 331: sub second, chronometer.

  • 332: sub second.

  • 333: sub second, chronometer.


Versions: 28.10 mm. From 1949. Marked on the barrel bridge.


  • 340: sub second.

  • 341: sub second, jubilee chronometer (1947).

  • 342: sub second, redesign of cal: 340 (1949).

  • 343: sub second, chronometer, excenter regulator (1950).

  • 344: sub second, chronometer, svan neck regulator (1953).

  • 350: sweep second (1945).

  • 351: sweep second, redesign of cal: 350 (1949).

  • 352: sweep second, chronometer, excenter regulator (1950).

  • 353: sweep second, date (1951).

  • 354: sweep second, chronometer, swan neck regulator (1953).

  • 355: sweep second, date, chronometer, swan neck regulator (1953).