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Lume Shot!

. . . the Aqua Terra Annual Calendar . . . . . . I reviewed eleven years ago ;-) . . .
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By: dkaleal
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Watchme3
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Possible "Gifts" to forum members: A hypothetical post

I appreciate you thinking of me in your new windfall; congrats on become the world's newest multi-billionaire! I do feel however, that the least I can do is pay for postage on my new Aqua Terra Ultralight. Good choice by the way; I admire the insane techn
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By: Cookies
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DouglasM
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Possible "Gifts" to forum members: A hypothetical post

I’ll add a few - cookies: Charles Frodsham Double Impulse chronometer. He recently confessed/submitted that a dress piece is what he needs best. And this combines all the movement-tech and material-use to keep his incoming thread lengthy and informative -
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By: Cookies
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DouglasM
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Just arrived!

I have an Aqua terra 41.5mm I bought a few years back when I wanted a kindda not too small watch, but I have tiny wrists and in the last year or so its thickness (around 13.5mm) and diameter started to look very funny on my wrists (well my taste changed o
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By: sham1
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mj23
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Back on rotation since the start of Sept. I still prefer this one over newer iterations. Thin at under 12mm. Subtle wave dial. Robust ETA based cal 1120 still within COSC after 18 years of zero service. I can go on and on :-)

I m impressed by your Omega knowledge. This fantastic brand is all i love. My Seanaster was the first, not my last Omega! My next would be an Aqua Terra WT. Yes, on rubber.
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By: Echi
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holdemchamp1225
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Some watches have outstanding lume!

I am so satisfied about the two, it brakes me to want other watches from other than Omega and Longines. In another thread i promised the readers i must speed up to get my first Ulysse Nardin watch, because i like how they look. But the Omega and Longines
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By: jlux
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jlux
546

Best Golf Watches

They actually wore Rolex pieces while hitting the ball; this was what I observed in the 90's when I accompanied my father on weekend golf games. I wonder if they knew they could break their watches that way. At some point, sure as the sun rises in the mor
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By: Cookies
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Cookies
609

Watchprosite weigh-in

I surf on the Omega website from time to time. There is a light Omega luxury watch on their catalog. I think it is a special Aqua Terra that is limited and…. very expensive. Not great for the big public who can not get their hands on such a watch. Rich at
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By: mhz vph
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Ronald Held
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Yummm...... rich sedna gold with striking blue dial makes for a good all-arounder in my mind!

. . . and current, mere moments apart. Enamored of modern Seamasters in general and Aqua Terra annual calendars in particular. The SM you're contemplating is a study in contrast between its red gold case and blue dial. It works on a casual level, even if
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By: DouglasM
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holdemchamp1225
648

Yummm...... rich sedna gold with striking blue dial makes for a good all-arounder in my mind!

Seriously considering pulling the trigger for this Aqua Terra; aside from the sheer beauty (to my eyes), a few things checks the boxes: Red gold (Omega's 'Sedna' that keeps its color) 41mm in diameter and 13mm thick blue dial(!) 18k sedna hands and indice
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By: DouglasM
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holdemchamp1225
648