I was thrilled when Omega announced it's 1957 Trilogy 60th Anniversary collection. After debating between and Speedmaster and the Seamaster 300, I decided to pull the trigger on the Speedmaster. However, over the last couple of years, I'm amazed to contin
Credit pictures: Phillips. Ok, the plexy shows some craze, but it is relatively easy to solve. Alas, they become suite unaffordable... The kind of watch which make me seriously reduce my collection to get one. Best, Nicolas
. . . and a mid-'60s Kontiki. As a general rule, I think everyone's pretty much agreed that the three at the top are the Sub, FF, and SM 300. I like Subs in the abstract, but have never really wanted to own one. The only Rolex that might end up in my coll
It is such a great watch, and one of the finest vintage diver. This picture oozes coolness: Well, this one is not bad at that game, either... One of my favorite watches from my collection. Best, Nicolas
I recently chose between JLC True Second & Omega Seamaster 1948, when I suddenly saw this beautiful watch on the official dealer window. Bought without hesitation! Great, charismatic Railmaster! No longer hoped to see this model from dealers.
... As Nicolas said, I´m very fortunate... to have good friends like Art and Nico. My work in getting your Seamaster was nothing in comparison with all the troubles you had to go through and time you had to invest to get this one. And not only you finaly