Omega 3313

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Omega 3313 is an automatic chronograph movement with Co-Axial escapement from Omega.

History

After Omega introduced their Co-Axial escapement technology in 1999, they began applying it to other movements. Cal. 3303 was a popular chronograph movement for the company at the time, so it was natural that they fit it with this technology.

Cal. 3313, like its predecessor, is based on the Piguet 1285 movement. It is a column wheel chronograph movement with date. It operates at 28,800 A/h, has 25 jewels, and a power reserve of 55 hours.

Cal. 3113

Cal. 3113 is a later development of Cal. 3313, featuring 3-level Co-Axial escapement and a free-sprung balance.

Cal. 3201

Cal. 3201 is a hand winding variant of Cal. 3313.

Cal. 3202

Cal. 3202 features the free-sprung balance and small seconds

Cal. 3203

Cal. 3203 features the free-sprung balance and small seconds

Cal. 3205

Cal. 3205 lacks a date window

Cal. 3603

Cal. 3603 adds a GMT 24 hour hand.

Cal. 3612

Cal. 3612 adds a rattrapante feature, and is based on the Piguet 1286.

Applications

Manufacturer:

Omega

Description:

Self-winding movement, manufacture movement
Shock protection
Yoke winding system
Column wheel chronograph
Co-axial escapement with free sprung-balance
COSC certified chronometer

Functions:

Rapid calendar advance
Hacking seconds
Chronograph

Data:

12¼ lignes
D 27.6 mm, H 6.85 mm
37 jewels
28,800 A/h
Power reserve 55h

Production period:

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