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Omega Seamaster 300 ST 165 024 issued for the Royal Canadian Air Force.

A nice looking watch with history, that's the big charm and interest of these vintage watches. Credit picture: Bulang And Son: Another one I missed, but it was not the right time for me, alas. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
16
amanico
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Here's to a brighter 2021.

Best, Ploprof Lumi 😁
16d
By: S F
9
S F
215

Omega’s might 💪🏿💪🏿

The way the lume is designed and placed on the dial is not pleasant to me. Also the the hour hands and minute hands are way too short. I hate how the minute track is inside the hour markers; Making the watch dial not in proportion. While I understand it i
17d
By: Lankysudanese
34
holdemchamp1225
1494

Omega’s might 💪🏿💪🏿

It’s such a complex issue, by era or by price history. In the 90’s to early 2000’s they used many ETA movements, so the comparison is likely more similar to a Tudor today. But in terms of finishing, I think their cases are better finished than the rough e
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By: Lankysudanese
34
holdemchamp1225
1494

Omega’s might 💪🏿💪🏿

Omega is a brand that goes for detailed watches i experienced with my own Seamaster. I was not known with the brand before i bought my Seamaster. I red some comments on communities about a Seamaster with a failure in the dial and bazel. The outlining was
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By: Lankysudanese
34
holdemchamp1225
1494

Aqua Terra

Surprised my father yesterday with this as his birthday gift! He purchased a new boat earlier this year and I thought an AT would be the perfect watch to go with it. With the blue dial, 38mm size, and date window at 6, I think it's one of the most handsom
17d
By: jleno
21
jleno
852

Omega’s might 💪🏿💪🏿

My recent poor experience with Rolex watches and Rolex servicing (see post on Rolex forum if you aren’t put off by bad customer service) and the off-hand comparison of omega watches to “5 dollar plastic watches” by the Rolex service center watchmaker, alo
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By: Lankysudanese
34
holdemchamp1225
1494

The Speedy Ed White came last week...

. . . because I really, really want a manual-winding Rail. The optimal solution would be scoring an original CK2914 or 135.004 . . . and I think that's where I'm headed. Oh, and you knew . . . . . . this was coming.
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By: S F
28
S F
736

The Speedy Ed White came last week...

. . . when it was first introduced about eight years ago. In terms of size and appearance, it works, even on slender wrists like mine. Its aesthetic comfort can be chalked up to its asymmetric case and sloped bezel which 'break up' its profile. But when I
20d
By: S F
28
S F
736

The Speedy Ed White came last week...

. . . was so amenable on my wrist . . . . . . that I almost made an impulse buy. The only factor that held me back was the prospect of an upcoming revised Rail. Sure enough, the 60th anniversary Rail was announced months after this photo was taken. At fir
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By: S F
28
S F
736