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|1973||Omega Megaquartz caliber 1310. Introduction of the first fully developed quartz watch by Omega, the Megaquartz, which is assembled in a modular way.|
|1975||Omega Megaquartz, cal. 1320, 32 kHz Ladies' watch. Omega Megaquartz, cal. 1325, 32 kHz Ladies' watch.|
|1977||Omega 1350. This became the smallest quartz watch caliber ever produced at that time. A series of 50 different watches, all fitted with a caliber 1350, are presented at the Basle Fair. This caliber was developed by SSIH, CEH, Faselec and the battery by Electronic Watch Battery. The industrial production starts in October 1977.|
|1978||Omega 1352, the first extremely small 'baguette' quartz movement, opening new perspectives to jewellery watch designers came into production.|
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