New Speedy vs Old Speedy (on an Apollo 11 bracelet)

Feb 19, 2021,10:33 AM
 






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both very nice!

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : February 19th, 2021-11:58

The right morph is my dream for my chocolate speedy

 
 By: agyzace : February 19th, 2021-12:09
Have to do it asap. It looks amazing!

I'll take the left one.

 
 By: Ted-Lo : February 19th, 2021-14:22

I may be in the minority

 
 By: Zeitstuck : February 20th, 2021-06:01
But I like the older one. I’ve gotten used to the shape of the counter balance on the seconds hand. And not crazy about the sheen on the subtitles on the new one. I also like that the hesalite version of the older one has actually seen space

3861 is compelling in technical terms . . .

 
 By: Dr No : February 20th, 2021-16:47
. . . but apart from Omega, who can service it? 🤔 Lack of service venues might be an issue, if not in terms of accessibility, then certainly in terms of affordability. Agreed that a person buying a costly watch should be able to afford regular servicing, ... 

I understand your point Art but I would disagree to a point...

 
 By: holdemchamp1225 : February 21st, 2021-09:03
For example, I would not want anyone but the manufacturer to service my JLCs, Pateks, APs, VCs, etc...so why would it be different for my Omegas, Rolexes, etc...? Yes I do agree that the cost is a factor but I think about aspect when I purchase a watch in... 

One big plus for the older generation is the lighter minute markings

 
 By: MichaelC : February 21st, 2021-06:06
I had not noticed that before, but seeing them side by side leaves no doubt. The older one looks... older I like that.