Not a fan of the Omega... but so much more consistent than the reedition... [nt]

May 12, 2019,01:57 AM
 

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Saw this at a secondhand dealer yesterday

 
 By: Bruno.M1 : May 12th, 2019-01:51
When I was on my Way to buy the new Tudor Bronze Always had mixed emotions about this MK40. The many colors ... a bit too much. Black, white, blue, grey, red, yellow The size .. ONLY 39 and I do prefer the 42 mm professional speedmaster Automatic while I ...  

You did the right thing. πŸ˜ƒ

 
 By: M4 : May 12th, 2019-03:24
The Omega is really cool. Nice find. M4

Two watches ...

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : May 12th, 2019-03:33
That’s the pleasure of our sport πŸ₯‚

Double congratulations

 
 By: Seeks : May 12th, 2019-05:30
Good hunting on these two pieces!

Congratulations on getting the real thing rather than the dog's breakfast Hodinkee junk

 
 By: Rapwatch : May 12th, 2019-09:07
Back in the late 90s I nearly bought this, in fact, ordered it in for approval at the AD, but in the end plumped for a Speedmaster Pro because of the illegibility of the chrono seconds track. All it need was lengthened seconds tick marks. Rapwatch

The number engraved on the back isn't a movement number, Bruno . . .

 
 By: Dr No : May 13th, 2019-11:37
. . . so the chart info doesn't really apply. I remember seeing these on dealer's shelves over twenty years ago, so a '95 production date isn't impossible, but it would be coincidental. The numbers engraved on the back represent the case, or serial, numbe...