Finally some recognition for a historical and rare trophy

Jun 28, 2020,06:20 AM

Supervised the manufacturing and sales launch by Dr Daniels 

The nearest you get to owning a Daniels in the real world 
They used the same movement in the Daniels limited edition millennium watches

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This one has some character

 By: VinnieD : June 28th, 2020-06:28
It shows some nice nods to seamasters from the 70s (indices) and the movement clearly classifies as having 'historical importance'! The platinum salmon combo is always tasty... but I always found the script on the dial quite clumsy

Although not a huge Omega fan this is a beautiful watch

 By: Watchonthewrist : June 28th, 2020-06:53
To bad my bid wasn’t enough

Well, it is a milestone indeed, but what do you mean with „the same movement“?

 By: MCG (Markus) : June 28th, 2020-10:07
They used the cal 2500 (ETA 2892 A2 base) as in every other Omega Aquaterra that has been released later on. It was Chronometer spec from the beginning but was improved over the coming years from version A up to version D.

I’ Let the pictures show you

 By: Miranda : June 28th, 2020-13:14
Also for your education I suggest reading this ...  

Thanks, Imran! [nt]

 By: amanico : June 28th, 2020-13:17

I saw this yesterday and was shocked!

 By: CR : June 29th, 2020-22:19
I think I posted this here before. When these were first released in 1999, I bought two of them new -- one YG/silver dial and one RG/midnight blue dial (LE of 999 each). Several years later, I found a preowned PT/salmon dial (LE of 99, for the same price ...  

I assume those 4-digit numbers refer to a type of Patek. Another nice 4-digit number...

 By: CR : June 30th, 2020-07:22
... that you'd probably like in all metals is "1815" -- as in Emil, Moonphase

(sigh) . . . you let go of the one . . .

 By: Dr No : July 1st, 2020-16:23
. . . I'd want to have. 😣 At least they're finally coming into their own . . . these early co-axials had little traction among collectors until recently. Best, Art

It gets worse, Art...

 By: CR : July 2nd, 2020-19:47
When I bought these brand new back in 1999, I got the RG for such a good price that I bought two and immediately flipped one. That was my one and only pure flipping experience. I can get into vintage RG watches but not too many modern ones.