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omega or breitling?

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The Ford Mondeo was a good all rounder too. The trouble is that, like the Seamaster, they seemed to be everywhere.  They're boringly ubiquitous.  Show a bit of flair, imagination and individuality and

As @WRENCH says, buy the one you like better.   Just make sure it says Omega on the dial. 

42mm Breitling Super Ocean on a bracelet (pic from Goldsmith's)  

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I'd definitely look at the Superocean Heritage on mesh if I was in the market for this type of watch - disclosure (i was and that's what i bought)

Of those two it's tough, the Omega is a classic and has the 'Bond' connection however the Superocean is a little different to the norm and looks fantastic with the blue dial.

I'd probably go with the Omega as I already have the SOH but if I didn't I'd have to try both on and make my decision based on comfort and 'feel'


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1 hour ago, Richard734 said:

If you decide (wrongly) on Breitling, I suggest a trip out to Bicester Shopping village, the discounts there are pretty good. I can't tell you exactly (but normally 15-20%) straight off, more if you haggle.

Boss wouldn't let me near the watch shops last time we went though....

Bisto Village is a dangerous place... 

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Omega all day long.

I bought a "new" Seamaster from Goldsmiths sale just before latest wavey Seamaster came out.

I wear the Seamaster fairly frequently but my head got turned by a vintage Speedmaster and really love the Speedy.

At around same time I spotted a great buy on a Tag Carrera 1887 but hardly wear it. Should have kept my hand in my pocket and saved the dough for another Omega.

I would buy a preloved Seamaster to get a feel for the watch

The 50yr anniversary GMT Seamaster is on my radar.

Good luck.

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