Omega Seamaster 300 ST 165 024. An old picture.

Jun 08, 2019,14:43 PM

Of an old love. 

I never came across a nicer one than my ex Seamaster 300. 

Here is another one, which is not bad looking, but the condition is far less good than my ex. 

I also saw this one, but here again, the condition.... 

I think it will be a hard challenge to find another one. But I would like to as it is a reference I like a lot. 



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Love that first pic

 By: JohnFM : June 8th, 2019-15:02
Something about the integration of the lugs and crown guard, along with the dial. Just a nice design that stands the test of time.

I’ll keep my eyes peeled for one ...

 By: Cpt Scarlet : June 8th, 2019-15:10
or should I say another one ... Photo credit - El Scarletto Bastardo ...  

;) [nt]

 By: amanico : June 8th, 2019-15:44

When I see this it's just nice!

 By: ripper444 : June 8th, 2019-17:40
Why did they decide to stick that helium escape valve on it

Not on this one. I said this one is nice

 By: ripper444 : June 8th, 2019-17:45
Whey did omega decide to stick a helium escape value and ruin the design?

On newer seamaster models

 By: ripper444 : June 9th, 2019-09:20
I can't tell if you are trolling me or being serious. This Omega seamaster did not have a helium escape valve at the 10 o'clock and now it does....... I'm not sure what you are missing here? Are you not aware that newer models of the seamaster have a heli... 

Oh well then that explains it

 By: ripper444 : June 9th, 2019-10:36
I think omega should have kept the helium escape valve off For new models!

Bonds and Planet Oceans passed you by, Nicolas? . . .

 By: Dr No : June 9th, 2019-13:58
. . . unlikely! [photo credits: Dr No] Helium valves at 10:00; I, for one, am also allergic. The pre-Bond Seamasters of the late '80s / early '90s are more to my liking. Art ...  

a keeper (even for me) :-)

 By: psfparis : June 11th, 2019-07:24

Lovely! [nt]

 By: amanico : June 11th, 2019-07:33