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    An sc purchase collected today


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    Great watch. Do let me know if you decide to sell this.

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    AT Skyfall. Probably my favourite watch.

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    1926 vintage 18ct Omega tank curved case; S/N 6516XXX (movement) and 6527XXX (case); custom made crocodile strap; 9ct Omega buckle.

    c. 94 years young and keeping good time. Serviced by Ryte Time and Antique and Modern. Buckle sourced from Mike Wood.

    42mm lug to lug. A scarce watch in this size. I have an 8.5" wrist




















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    Some special piece for me.


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    My beloved PO

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    Cool

    300M Seamaster Professional White dial - just arrived - plan to do a bit of a write up in due course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    300M Seamaster Professional White dial - just arrived - plan to do a bit of a write up in due course.

    I have one, bought with an agreeable discount from Banks Lyon. It instantly went into my top 5 watches. The fit and finish are superb and the micro adjuster on the bracelet is great for our changing weather. I've got an eye out for someone selling the rubber strap to give me a change of look.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MartynJC (UK) View Post
    300M Seamaster Professional White dial - just arrived - plan to do a bit of a write up in due course.

    Looks fantastic, I'm always drawn to a white dial.

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    1968 Omega Speedmaster 145.022 - 68 Transitional.



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    1976 OMC in the sunshine


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    1945 Omega WWW


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    36th America's Cup Chronograph with quick release bracelet and rubber strap.

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    The Three Omegos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza View Post
    The Three Omegos

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    Jealous at these. Well done


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    Just the one now....


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    Arrived yesterday, love it


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    Another trio. Apologies for bad pic quality

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    My two current Omega's.

    Was very close to parting ways with the AT a few months back but the sale fell through, and I'm happy I decided to keep it.


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    Omega GMT

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    CK2998. Been neglecting it for awhile.


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    Funny, mine has been revitalised by the Forstner flat link and so I am wearing mine much more often as well!




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    Quote Originally Posted by paw3001 View Post
    Funny, mine has been revitalised by the Forstner flat link and so I am wearing mine much more often as well!




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    Mine was on this. That Forstner looks great. Was thinking of getting a JR cordura strap.


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    2008 RM

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    Thanks for posting; an especially elegant wristwatch, imho.

    Quote Originally Posted by sundial View Post
    1926 vintage 18ct Omega tank curved case; S/N 6516XXX (movement) and 6527XXX (case); custom made crocodile strap; 9ct Omega buckle.

    c. 94 years young and keeping good time. Serviced by Ryte Time and Antique and Modern. Buckle sourced from Mike Wood.

    42mm lug to lug. A scarce watch in this size. I have an 8.5" wrist




















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    Planet Ocean GMT.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC102 View Post
    Planet Ocean GMT.

    This would be my choice of a omega, not sure I have the wrist size for it though. I love the look of it.


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    Quick trip to Loch Ness this afternoon


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    I am very lucky and over the years have acquired a few Omegas

    Seamaster De Ville, inherited from my father:


    Pre Bond SMP 200, and my first "quality" watch.


    Speedmaster Auto date (7750 based)


    Great White


    And last, but not least, the iconic Moon Watch


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    America's Cup Chronograph

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza View Post
    America's Cup Chronograph

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    Whilst I know nothing about sailing, boats or anything maritime, nor do I need a count down timer I really like the look of this and the new Omega strap release button looks nifty (although limits your strap choice to theirs I would guess)
    What does the slide on the side of the case do? Is it a bezel lock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    Whilst I know nothing about sailing, boats or anything maritime, nor do I need a count down timer I really like the look of this and the new Omega strap release button looks nifty (although limits your strap choice to theirs I would guess)
    What does the slide on the side of the case do? Is it a bezel lock?
    The slider switch on the case locks the chronograph buttons so they can't be inadvertently pressed. It's a great idea to ensure the watch stays waterproof.

    The release system is built into the strap and bracelet. Normal spring bars can be fitted for different straps which is a brilliant solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza View Post
    The slider switch on the case locks the chronograph buttons so they can't be inadvertently pressed. It's a great idea to ensure the watch stays waterproof.

    The release system is built into the strap and bracelet. Normal spring bars can be fitted for different straps which is a brilliant solution.

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    Ah right that is cool the
    Better than the fiddly screw down pushers I have on my CSAR.
    Good news about the straps as well.
    Itís a lovely looking watch

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    My Omega family all together for the first time, I think I would be quite happy if this was the sole extent of my collection.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza View Post
    The slider switch on the case locks the chronograph buttons so they can't be inadvertently pressed. It's a great idea to ensure the watch stays waterproof.

    The release system is built into the strap and bracelet. Normal spring bars can be fitted for different straps which is a brilliant solution.

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    Donít get the benefit of that when the PO chronograph has a 600m water resistance and you can operate the chronograph underwater. I would hazard a guess that itís cheaper too.

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    Ive had plenty over the years but for now these are the current ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza View Post
    The slider switch on the case locks the chronograph buttons so they can't be inadvertently pressed. It's a great idea to ensure the watch stays waterproof.
    Is it for waterproof-ness, or to avoid it being pushed while already running and measuring something critical?
    'Against stupidity, the gods themselves struggle in vain' - Schiller.

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    The first luxury watch I ever bought, back in 1997!

    Trying it on a new Bark & Jack nato strap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joppers View Post
    The first luxury watch I ever bought, back in 1997!

    Trying it on a new Bark & Jack nato strap.

    Very nice, looks to be in great condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalaMD View Post
    Very nice, looks to be in great condition.
    Thanks!

    To be honest it doesn't get a great deal of wrist time these days, so it's kept it's condition from the last Omega service 7yrs ago.

    There's an annoying scuff on the bezel which the photo doesn't show though!

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    The "Goldeneye" Seamaster.



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    is Omega dead? No one seems to be interested in it anymore, except..


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    Loving the titanium PO.


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    Omega De Ville 145.017:

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    Speedmaster from Ď94, Seamaster from Ď68.



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    My aqua terra 8500 golf edition.

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