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    SOTOC

    State Of The Omega Collection

    After adding the Mark2 reissue recently and having them all in one place at the same time, I thought I'd share them with you.

    Hope you enjoy.

    176.004 Seamaster Big Blue (120)
    311.10.39.30.01.001 Speedmaster 60th Anniversary
    327.10.43.50.06.001 Speedmaster Mark 2 reissue
    311.30.42.30.01.006 Speedmaster Moonwatch
    145.026 flightmaster 911
    2294.50.00 Seamaster Non Americas Cup dial
    2201.50.00 Seamaster Planet Ocean 42mm
    2531.80 Seamaster 300 Bond
    212.30.41.20.03.001 Seamaster ceramic









    JK

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    Lovely job, Jon - some beauties there!

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    I do love a Ďbig blueí
    He flightmaster is a very underrated watch as well.
    Very nice collection

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    Lovely bunch of Omegas- chosen with care and taste👍

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    Thatís a lovely collection you have. Do you wear any one of them more often than others?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Watch_Collector View Post
    Thatís a lovely collection you have. Do you wear any one of them more often than the others?
    Thanks.

    Iím currently wearing the Mark2 due to it being new to me. Otherwise, I donít wear any of them much at all these days as Iím on a career break and they are all in a safety deposit box whilst we travel. The 60th Anniversary is still unworn.
    I mostly wear a Seiko turtle as itís a great everydayer and is pretty under the radar.

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    Lovely collection
    I'm leaning toward the older steel bezel Seamaster.(Off to look up reference no!)

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    That big blue is a dream! Nice collection!


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    Great collection mate and nice photos!
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    Have you thought about giving Omega a try?
    I could easily have an all Omega collection as well, so much variety.

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    A lot of variety there. I'm another admirer of the big blue in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.chef View Post
    Have you thought about giving Omega a try?
    I could easily have an all Omega collection as well, so much variety.
    The problem is that I haven't got an all Omega collection

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    Thanks all for the comments.

    It's a 'little' Chrono/sports/SS heavy, but that's mainly my thing.

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    Super collection. You just need a ploprof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tz-uk73 View Post
    Super collection. You just need a ploprof.
    Oh please don't tempt me. I'd love a 600m... and a 1200m but just don't think my wrist could wear it. Believe me I've been tempted on many an occasion.

    Then there's the 1000m and a vintage 300!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    State Of The Omega Collection

    After adding the Mark2 reissue recently and having them all in one place at the same time, I thought I'd share them with you.

    Hope you enjoy.




    JK
    Love my Omegas too. Almost but not quite! (love your collection btw)

    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Love my Omegas too. Almost but not quite! (love your collection btw)


    Lovely trio you have there, and quite close. I tried on the new SMP with a view to buying, but wasn't sold on it enough to purchase new. I may pick up a used one at some point.

    And your PO is a 2500D, whereas mine is the 2500C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    Lovely trio you have there, and quite close. I tried on the new SMP with a view to buying, but wasn't sold on it enough to purchase new. I may pick up a used one at some point.

    And your PO is a 2500D, whereas mine is the 2500C.
    Was invited to launch do for the SMP (which had more to do with the missus purchases tbh) and when I tried it on I was sold on it. It's a stunning looking watch imo which is confirmed the more I wear it.

    How did you tell 2500c and 2500d?
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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