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Omega: Clamshell dial! . . .

. . . an uncommon variation . . . I've seen only a few over the years.
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Omega: Impeccable performer, too . . .

. . . my watchmaker did a remarkable job servicing this one. Art
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Omega: Don Turo prefers . . .

. . . to receive visitors. ;-)
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Omega: Would that be . . .

. . . a one-way ride?
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By: Dr No
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Omega: Ref OJ2518, cal 343. Try to find . . .

. . . another, Cap; few made, not many survivors. An exhaustive internet search brings up about half a dozen altogether . . .
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Omega: Yes. When can I expect . . .

. . . delivery?
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Omega: I wish someone would loan me . . .

. . . his P.A.F.
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By: Dr No
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Omega: Quite a coincidence we posted about Seamaster chronometers, vintage . . .

. . . 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 the surroundings you're in are formal (e g, t
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Omega: Three days of the Seamaster . . .

. . . chronometer, 1950. Three Days of the Condor , 1975. Classics separated by a quarter of a century. Who else is wearing an Omega today? Art
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By: Dr No
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Horological Meandering: . . . and then she regained . . .

. . . her eyesight?
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By: Dr No
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