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Discussion in 'Omega Watches' started by daveathall, Sep 19, 2012.
I'll start, my first and only, but I absolutely love this watch.
mega: SMP ceramic.
I have two right now.
Omega Speedmaster Professional.
Omega Seamaster AquaTerra Chronograph (column wheel movement)
Eye popping photos gentlemen. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
6 month old Speedmaster. :rocker:
Here's my modern Omega lineup. The quartz De ville is worn mostly by my son. He left it here, in favor of a vintage Rolex that I gave him, when he was home recently. The other three in the pic are part of my main rotation, as they are arguably my nicest pieces, among ALL of my watches.
'65 Speedy, aka "Ed White Model"
'66 Speedy, aka the real Moon Watch
Here's another pic, where my Speedy isn't out of focus:
Broad Arrow 1957 Re-Issue
* I just looked up current pricing in the forum's Omega price list: $12,100! <eek!> I bought it used for $3350 a year or so ago. It was mint and still under warranty. Prices are going through the roof on watches. WTH is going on? Asian and Russian markets?
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Gorgeous watches. Running late but I will have to post photos of mine: SMP Bond and my new Speedy Pro. Speedy is on the wrist now.
Love All the vintage and special edition Speedies here! :rocker:
Welcome to the club, Peter! :thumbsup:
And Erwin's in the house! :rocker:
WHAT???!!! I bought mine used for about $2k eight years ago and sold it for that a year later. Great watch but the Broad Arrow hands made it hard to read. Then I bought a Daytona and realized what hard to read really is.
Very nice, Angie!
Well, here goes: The Speedy is simply my favourite of all time. When I got it, I knew it would be the only Speedy I would have, so I decided on the "Moonwatch" 3570.50.00. There was also an Apollo 11 40th Anniversary available, which is gorgeous with the date in red, but in the end the original was the one that sang to me:
Before I got the Speedy, the new ceramic bezel Seamaster came out, and at the time it seemed to be "the" one for me. It is a beautiful watch, and I love the midsize 36mm as well. For some reason, it just does not get the wrist time:
And my circa 1985, hopefully arriving next week: