Omega Cal 1041

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Omega Cal 1041

The calibre 1040 was the first self-winding chronograph movement used by Omega and calibre 1041 was based on this movement. It was chosen for and only used in a commemorative edition celebrating the company's 125th anniversary. See Omega Speedmaster 125.

Exclusively produced for Omega by Lemania.


  • Two button, integrated cam-operated chronograph
  • 22 jewels
  • Central chronograph minutes and seconds hands
  • Running seconds and 24 hour indicator at 9 o’clock
  • Hour counter at 6 o’clock
  • Calendar and winding stem /crown at 3 o’clock
  • Incabloc shock protection
  • 28’800 bph
  • 44 hour power reserve
  • Bi-directional winding rotor

The 1041 is functionally identical to the 1040, and they vary only by three parts: the rotor, the main plate, and the chronograph bridge. These parts only differ by the stamped markings of caliber number, serial number, and text.

Further Reading

Click below for more information on the Omega Speedmaster.