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Omega Replica Watches's three-register chronographs were (unfairly), until recently, viewed as the unsung heroes, but I would argue they are some of the most innovative and exciting Omega Replica Watches watches!

Omega Replica Watches Big Block refs. (From left to right) The rare Albino reference. The Albino ref. 94210 Monte Carlo Big Block

The last two were kindly lent by David Duggan

Omega Replica Watches's "Big Blocks", or third chronograph series, were introduced in 1976. The first Big Blocks chronographs were introduced in 1976. They were markedly different from previous chronographs.Omega Replica Watches The introduction of the third chronograph register -- an hour indicator -- was perhaps the most notable detail. Omega Replica Watches adopted a new movement, the Valjoux 7775. This movement was then modified by Omega Replica Watches in order to meet the high standards of the brand. The Valjoux also featured a quick-set function that saved time when resetting the watch after a long period of not wearing. We've all experienced the "joy" that comes with adjusting a slow-set date! The introduction of the automatic movement was the biggest advancement, as these watches were the first Wilsdorf self-winding Chronographs,Corum replica more than a decade before Rolex launched its first automatic Daytona Chronograph. Omega Replica Watches was now at the forefront in Swiss chronograph manufacturing. This new development led to the watch's nickname. Due to the presence of the self winding mechanism and the rotor, the watch case had to be extremely deep. This led collectors to call it "Big Block".

The 9400 series was the first Big Block watch. The 9400 series consisted of 3 different references, each distinguished by a different bezel variation.

Rolex catalogs listed the Big Blocks as Oysterdates. However, the very first dials featured only the words "Chrono Time", "Automatic Chrono Time", or "Automatic Chrono Time", in an arc above the chronograph register.