Some off the beaten paths Omega Seamaster.

Sep 06, 2020,01:36 AM

After having posted the full set Seamaster 120 Ref ST 166027, let's see some others. 

The cushion shape Seamaster is lovely. Here is the ST 135 027 Seamaster 120, which Art likes a lot: 

Another Seamaster 120, with date: 

Now, what about a Seamaster 120 Deep Blue? Credit picture: Antiquorum. A cushion shaped case, in bigger.

Or the Seamaster 200, so called " Banana ": ( Credit picture unknown. will credit on request ). No cushion, here, but a very funky one.

A more classic case, now, with the Seamaster Ref  ST166 062 " big crown ": 

And the kings of Funky, the Plo Prof:

The Seamaster 600, 

And the Plo Prof 1000 Janus 2 ( quartz movement ), from the Omega Museum.

Do you have more to show? 



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No more from me. Luckily batteries got smaller ;-) [nt]

 By: PoyFR : September 6th, 2020-02:01
There is plenty here, hard to add more

The rarest of the production dive Seamasters . . .

 By: Dr No : September 6th, 2020-14:49
. . . is probably the 1000. [photo and watch credit: Bonesmiller, 2010] So uncommon a reference (166.093) there's only a few posts on our forum since it began twelve years ago when Bill Sohne was moderating. I could never wear one, but if one popped up at...  

Purportedly a high proportion of SM 1000's . . .

 By: Dr No : September 6th, 2020-15:23
. . . are put-togethers from spare parts; i e, not produced in the mid-'70s but assembled thirty years later, mainly in Australia. I don't believe that's the case with the SM 1000 posted by Bonesmiller. There may be a SM 1000 locally . . . I'll check with... 

If not the Janus (in my wildest dreams), then perhaps this...

 By: Baruch Coutts : September 6th, 2020-17:10
A unique Megaquartz made for the chairman of Lemania designated an Observatory Chronometer rather than Marine. Part of an astonishing collection of Omegas that I photographed last month that will form part of a much longer report! Regards, Baruch ...  

Every time I say to myself . . .

 By: Dr No : September 7th, 2020-21:18
. . . "Now you've seen every Omega ever made!", somebody has to prove me wrong.

Hell, I didn't even know . . .

 By: Dr No : September 8th, 2020-12:19
. . . it existed!

Neither did I!!! [nt]

 By: amanico : September 9th, 2020-05:32

Here's a Seamaster 1000 . . .

 By: Dr No : September 10th, 2020-00:25
. . . that belongs to a noted So Cal Omega collector, Nicolas. Photos courtesy Leo (owner) and Jack - thanks, gents! Art ...  

According to internet sources, total production . . .

 By: Dr No : September 10th, 2020-14:37
. . . numbered in the hundreds. That's what makes it such an attractive proposition to a collector. I insist on wearing all my watches, if only for a day or two every other year. The 1000 would be conspicuous on my wrist, but I would still acquire one und... 

I've never tried one on, Nicolas. Ploprofs, many times . . .

 By: Dr No : September 10th, 2020-17:46
. . . and as I've said before, its shape and contours make the Ploprof surprisingly wearable on slender wrists. If I had a 1000 I'd probably only wear it in the shower.

Hi dear Nicolas! Omega diving watches make for a wonderful theme to build a collection around. So many models and variants, many of them little known and not easy to find.

 By: Subexplorer : September 10th, 2020-12:42
You show some outstanding and less known models here. Have a nice day my friend Nicolas! Thanks for sharing! Abrazos pampeanos! Abel

Gracias por leer, Amigo. [nt]

 By: amanico : September 10th, 2020-16:27