the thickness doesn't bother me at all actually, it may also have to do with the case being at 38 but it wears just fine for me, not too top heavy

Oct 12, 2020,21:16 PM

and yes, I really like that's its all brushed w matte dial

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 By: Kniazukay : October 11th, 2020-16:39
Ah the 90's... what a decade. Here's a matte dial, pump pusher chrono, beautiful and even patina on the numerals, slim lugs with a humble case size of 38mm and a cool bracelet. All pluses for me but I don't see them around often. Now that it's back from a...  

That first photo is terrific

 By: cazalea : October 11th, 2020-16:48
I have always liked this watch, but somehow not quite enough to buy it. Enjoy its new spendor. Cazalea

Classic [nt]

 By: Sportster : October 11th, 2020-17:35

Same recollection here - Dynamics were plentiful, affordable . . .

 By: Dr No : October 12th, 2020-10:58
. . . and practically a gateway into Omega back in the first years of the century. Never owned one, though. Art

I'd probably be a distant slight admirer of this piece to this day

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:28
had it not been for the out of the blue offer, great offer. It was one of those "ah, why not" moments and I grew to like it even more as time went by

my pleasure! :) [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:21

A very underrated neo-vintage Omega....

 By: darmatgre-1 : October 12th, 2020-11:14
I have loved this one from the first time I saw it. Holds up beautifully today. Well done. Darren

Beautiful! [nt]

 By: Watchlover78 : October 12th, 2020-18:03

cheers! [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 12th, 2020-21:28

best of luck and enjoy! [nt]

 By: Kniazukay : October 25th, 2020-18:51