Omega Ranchero CK2990 Broad Arrow Hands and Archive Extract


The Portuguese connection… 

The Omega Ranchero was possibly one of the shortest-run Omega tool watches in the brand’s history. Introduced in 1958, it was only available for two short years and struggled to keep up with the Seamaster, Speedmaster and Railmaster, making it a very rare watch indeed. Aesthetically, it borrows heavily from its sports watch brothers, with the triangle hour markers, arabic 12, 3 & 9 and most noticeably the broad arrow hands. This example is in great condition, with the 35mm case remaining in super condition all round. The patina on this watch is great, although we suspect that the lume in the hands was redone early on, as they still have some radium reading. The watch comes with an archive extract, that states the watch was delivered to Portugal, a fact that is confirmed by Portuguese import stamps on the upper left lug. The watch has been fully serviced by our watchmaker.


- Reference CK2990
- Dates to 1959
- 35mm steel case
- Cal 276 manual wind movement
- Movement serial 1661xxxx
- Broad Arrow hands
- Omega Archive extract
- Bulang and Sons leather strap
- Fully serviced by our watchmaker
- 1 year mechanical warranty
- Includes a handmade single leather watch pouch
- Free worldwide Fedex Priority shipping

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