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My PO. Now working to COSC after an Omega service and tune down to 25500bph

 

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Can I bring some slightly older models to the party? 

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I think I ought to get some better photos if I'm going to stay in this esteemed company.

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Now your talking, my mouth is drooling over some these pictures....here are some of mine...Deville dress watch for starters...

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My pair:

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And the significant other half's De Ville:

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lovely show ive yet to own one might do when funds permit me to afford the one i really want which i'm not decided on yet but i do like the aquaterra:smile:

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Here is one of my Omegas. I got hold of this as an uncased movement/dial and, following a good clean and oiling, I fitted it into a NOS case I obtained from a guy in the Netherlands. I think it looks quite presentable.

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Is it possible to get a speedy or a sea master co-axial for around £900 or £1000

Them 2 are my dream watches

I'm not a collector, but would like at least 1 really nice watch to last me years.

I just don't want to spend over a thousand. 

I work in warehousing as an order picker. I get £8 + an hr and I work a 2-10 permanent shift so I also get premium pay for that as well. And for working weekends..

So to me. £1000 is almost alot of money.

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1 hour ago, damo08 said:

Is it possible to get a speedy or a sea master co-axial for around £900 or £1000

Them 2 are my dream watches

I'm not a collector, but would like at least 1 really nice watch to last me years.

I just don't want to spend over a thousand. 

I work in warehousing as an order picker. I get £8 + an hr and I work a 2-10 permanent shift so I also get premium pay for that as well. And for working weekends..

So to me. £1000 is almost alot of money.

Honestly? No, not any more, maybe a couple of years back but that ship has sailed. A good SMP auto will be at least £1100, I doubt you will find a co-ax SMP for less than £1300 and the Speedys are more like £1400+ these days. You may well find a Speedy reduced for your budget but they aren't for everyone.

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What are the reference numbers to the omega speed masters and sea masters in this topic, Especially  the 2009 one? Thanks

im trying to find one for around £1500 - £1700

 

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Need to add my latest to this club, my 1957 Broad Arrow LE. Now the proud owner of 3 Omegas, it will be a while before I get another! :sadwalk:

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On 11/23/2015 at 16:52, Caller said:

Need to add my latest to this club, my 1957 Broad Arrow LE. Now the proud owner of 3 Omegas, it will be a while before I get another! :sadwalk:

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Lovely!

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