It's not so strange that Omega Constellation aficionados are also drawn to the earlier non-aquatic Seamaster models. After all, they share many of the same qualities.
And so, from time to time, you will encounter essays on this site that explore these models. This essay is one such example.
Quite some time ago, I was researching the reason behind why so many 17 jewel movements powered US Collection Omega watches in the 1950s and 60s, when I chanced upon a movement series about which little was written and less was said. And yet, this series, because of the minimal number of pieces produced, meets the criteria for rarity in Omega watches.
This essay is now superceded by an updated one HERE