2.0399 OMEGA ladies cal. 483, SWISS 1963

£240.00 (incl. VAT)

An absolutely diminutive Omega ladies watch from 1963. At just 17mm in diameter, this is the smallest watch we have in stock at present! Though it looks solid, the case body is actually has an extra thick 40-micron plating of gold, meaning it can be polished and engraved without damaging the plating. A charming piece from a respected brand, the manual wind timepiece is powered by a tiny but peppy Omega 483 movement with a 42 hr power reserve.

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About Omega

Omega SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker, currently a subsidiary of the Swiss Swatch Group, originally founded by Louis Brandt in 1903 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. The company was initially called Louis Brandt et Frére – Omega Watch & Co, but this was shortened in 1982 to Omega SA.

Omega has experienced much success during their existence. They were chosen to be the official timekeeper for Britain’s Royal Flying Corps combat units in 1917, and then again for the USA Army in 1918. They were the official choice of NASA, and the first watch on the moon in 1969 for the Apollo 11 mission. The list goes on and on… Omega has been the official timekeeper for the Olympic games since 1932, has been worn in all the James Bond films since 1995; other patrons of the company have included Buzz Aldrin, Elvis Presley, and John F. Kennedy.

Servicing and Guarantee

This timepiece has been serviced with full disassembly. Make sure to follow the usage and care guidelines.


Case and Strap

  • Extra thick 40-micron gold plated case.
  • Gold plated snap off caseback.
  • Perlage finishing on reverse of caseback.
  • Original gold plated winding crown.
  • Acrylic crystal.
  • Weatherproof/splashproof.
  • New black leather 8mm strap.


  • Width w/o crown: 17mm
  • Width w/ crown: 20mm
  • Height: 23.5mm
  • Thickness: 7mm
  • Strap width: 8mm

Dial and Hands

  • Silver sunburst dial with light patina.
  • Black applied indices.
  • Signed ‘Omega’ and logo below 12 position.
  • Black needle style hour and minute hands.


  • Swiss made movement.
  • Omega 483 calibre
  • Manual wind.
  • 17 jewels.
  • 42 hr power reserve.

Testing results:

  • Testing duration: 1 week cyclic test
  • Average timekeeping range: 15-30 sec/day

Servicing and Guarantee

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