Classic [nt]

Oct 11, 2020,17:35 PM

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Back from service

 By: Kniazukay : October 11th, 2020-16:39
Ah the 90's... what a decade. Here's a matte dial, pump pusher chrono, beautiful and even patina on the numerals, slim lugs with a humble case size of 38mm and a cool bracelet. All pluses for me but I don't see them around often. Now that it's back from a...  

That first photo is terrific

 By: cazalea : October 11th, 2020-16:48
I have always liked this watch, but somehow not quite enough to buy it. Enjoy its new spendor. Cazalea

Classic [nt]

 By: Sportster : October 11th, 2020-17:35

Same recollection here - Dynamics were plentiful, affordable . . .

 By: Dr No : October 12th, 2020-10:58
. . . and practically a gateway into Omega back in the first years of the century. Never owned one, though. Art

I'd probably be a distant slight admirer of this piece to this day

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:28
had it not been for the out of the blue offer, great offer. It was one of those "ah, why not" moments and I grew to like it even more as time went by

my pleasure! :) [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:21

A very underrated neo-vintage Omega....

 By: darmatgre-1 : October 12th, 2020-11:14
I have loved this one from the first time I saw it. Holds up beautifully today. Well done. Darren

Beautiful! [nt]

 By: Watchlover78 : October 12th, 2020-18:03

cheers! [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:28

best of luck and enjoy! [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 25th, 2020-18:51