With the exception of a few dressier watches, I’ve always tended to prefer white metal watches. In recent months, however, I’ve begun once again to appreciate a little color in the case, as well as the feel and extra bit of heft in gold cases. Fairly rece
if it’s possible to have the crystal (sapphire) in an Omega polished as my PO Seamaster 2500 has a small blemish (it’s a beater) which bugs me. If a cheap easy fix then I’d do it…if not might sell it at some point.
Recently sent my Omega SMP Chrono GMT in for service and requested the newer micro adjustment clasp to be installed in the watch from the newer SMP and Planet Ocean series. The service estimate came back saying that it is not available for this watch. My
I’ve been impressed by many of Omega’s releases over the past several years. One thing that has caught my attention is Omega’s use of various different materials for its dials, resulting in a great array of dial finishes and textures. Here’s a small group