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Mission 321 - by Cpt Scarlet

The Omega Speedmaster is a design classic and should be viewed in the same way as the Leica Camera, the Eames Chair and the Corvette Stingray. All of these iconic designs are still in production today, being made in modern factories and subtly updated to
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By: Cpt Scarlet
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Cpt Scarlet
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Lume shot of the 50th Anniversary Speedmaster with enamel dial and 3201 Piguet Movement

. . . based on an auto Piguet ébauche and labeled by Omega as their cal 3201. Also fitted to the Racend Timer, Museum #8. Here's Nilo's pic of the Racend Timer from 2016: I think there's a pic in my files, but Nilo's is infinitely better. Art
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By: Horology75
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CR
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Some off the beaten paths Omega Seamaster.

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
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By: amanico
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amanico
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A quick visit at the Omega Museum in Biel

Dear All, We had heavy rains in Zurich today, which means great opportunity for a family drive to Biel (1.5h) to visit the Omega museum next to the historic Omega building. The museum has 2 floors, one for Swatch (they have 70% of all the references ever
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By: sebks
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sebks
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Almost New Moon

Omega Cosmic Museum. Numbered, not limited, very rare
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By: MarianPL
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Dr No
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Omega Seamaster Plo Prof. Let's have a Sunday Plo Prof.

Here are some I could take in picture: A normal one: Another... And the Janus 2 Comex, seen at the Omega Museum. Show us yours! Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Vintage Omega Speedmaster Alaska Project. 2 pictures.

Taken at the Omega Museum in 2018. The beast with its red shield. To give you an idea, here without the shield: And here in the window display: Monstrous with the shield. What a character! Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Spring Cleaning my Omega Files, Part 1

. . . produced in the mid-'90s with Ω cal 269 and 286 NOS movements made in the '50s. Highly desired by Omega aficionados. This is the first watch Omega made with a movement regulated by a co-axial escapement. Produced in rose gold (as shown here) with a
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By: cazalea
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mdg
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How about celebrating Speedy Tuesday today?

... future. I had a rather large collection of his works as I´m also fond of knives both vintage and modern. Absolutely agree that if you travel to Spain and have some time to spare to visit Albacete. You´ll enjoy so much visiting this "City of Blades" of
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By: Subexplorer
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Subexplorer
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A field trip on Speedy Tuesday

The Cincinnati Museum Center has a exhibit of artifacts from the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, including the command module: as well as some Speedmaster related items: Even though mine is only an Apollo 8, it was the best I could do! All in all, a nice d
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By: kkochheiser
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Seeks
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