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Thread: Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial - pictures

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    Omega Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial - pictures

    Some pictures. There is so many small details that im sure i will take more. There is also that sweet movement.














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    I really fell for the Bi Colour version of this when I tried it on. Just stunning!

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    Very lovely Watch, I am a great fan of Omega.

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    Some great pictures! I have the same watch and the finish is amazing. Enjoy!

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    Amazing looking watches! I didnt realise there was a bi colour version which is stunning

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    WOW Rip, that is some excellent photos skills of a phenomenal watch. What kind of equipment do you use for photos?
    And if you have more, please share :)

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    Beautiful!
    I love it. Nice pics too.

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    Wonderful watch and great pictures, wish I could take pictures like that .

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    Wow, the finish is really great. Lovely watch with just enough vintage feel

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    Great pictures, very nice.

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    Very sharp. Nice lighting too. Good job!

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    Cool

    Beautiful

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    Lovely watch, my current favourite if I was buying.

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    looks fantastic on the nato, that really brings it to life for me. Great shots.

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    Some lovely details on that watch...another on my ever growing list!

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    On the NATO it's my favourite looking Omega for years! Will definitely be a few more out there after the new Bond film!

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    Very nice pictures. I really like this watch and wish I could justify such a purchase.

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    Beautiful pics,Rip.

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    Love the shape and detailing of the bezel on this!

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    Very nice watch and looks great on the Nato.

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    That is beautiful. Not a big Omega to be fair fan but they make some great looking watches for sure.

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    A gorgeous watch, and fantastic photos

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    The watch look simply stunning and some great photos.

    Simon

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    It's the NATO that works for me as well. When I tried this watch on, the lugs didn't look right at all to me, but as I've found recently, bracelets sometimes look awkward, whereas straps do not. Enjoy OP :-)

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    OMG!

    You take some mighty fine pics. I tip my hat, Sir!

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    Saw this in the AD at Westfield over the weekend. Beautiful watch, and beautiful pics!

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    This is lovely, lovely, lovely. The bi colour one is quite reminiscent of the Jaeger-LeCoultre Tribute to Deep Sea wouldn't you say? Certainly high praise in my book. Nice one!

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    lovely - at last a Omega I like.

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    Have literally just been looking at this at the airport- fantastic! As said above enough of a vintage feel. I really like the font on the numerals. Great photography- congrats all round.

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    I guess this combo (SM plus Nato) will have its own ref / model number soon available for purchase since its what 007 is wearing in SPECTRE

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    At some point today I will stop staring at this photo.

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    gosh that's sexy!

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    Dats well sick guv'

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    Great post! Big fan of this watch too.

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    Theres one at the AD near me - I've tried it on that many times its as if I've owned it and someone else is just storing it for me.

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    Lovely watch! I tried one of these on a few weeks ago and really liked the feel. I think they've done the retro look very well. Enjoy!

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    Really nice watch and I now know what a master co axial movement is too!

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    will be looking at these seriously!

    At first when they were released I wasn't that impressed as I was hoping they would release the other SM300 but these photos show how stunning it really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrpippen View Post
    I really fell for the Bi Colour version of this when I tried it on. Just stunning!
    5830 at Iconic against a 7770 RRP. Spendy but I like it :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kungfugerbil View Post
    5830 at Iconic against a 7770 RRP. Spendy but I like it :)
    wow 21,080 RRP for the all gold one!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rip View Post

    Stunning looking model. On my want to buy list for sure.

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    I love the way these photos remain natural, no artificial overdone stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great pics of a great watch. Gutted when I missed put on the one from SC recently. Looks the best on the bi-colour NATO I think!

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    Excellent photos!!

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    Some great pics!

    Saw it at the local Ernest Jones but was a bit disappointed may have to try it on after seeing the pics :-)

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    That is such a lovely watch, thanks for sharing it

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    Sometimes I like to take a second and glance at the back.









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    Lovely watch and equally good shots.

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