I'll post it as a reply in this thread . . .
. . . for the ultimate one-two punch!
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Omega Seamaster " Bullhead " 146 011-69. For the fun.
Seeing one is something uncommon, but two! In my journey into vintage Omega, I fall on watches I didn't suspect I would pay some interest. Like this one. Not mine, not yet. That and the Flightmaster.... Hmmmm! What about you? Best, Nicolas ...
I Could Just Kick Myself...
... For not buying ten of these bullhead chronos for pennies on the dollar when I had the chance. Ugh. Now I see them auctioning in the 10k range. And that Flightmaster? Oy vey, I go back and forth on that one as well. Not sure about the "UFO" case. - Sco...
These are highly fun pieces
But I tried a vintage bullhead on and it was challenging to wear to say the least However, I wish that current brands took more risks on their case designs nowadays! The most recent Ploprof was quite ballsy to launch, as well as the bullhead re-edition so...
Bullhead pls for me first...
When I first discovered the Bullhead, I like the case and dial design but also the location of the chrono buttons. I felt it was more natural to start/stop the watch with these location for my right hand... Best regards
not so soon back to europe. I will let you know later