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Well you're right that's a very good price but I have to wonder whether you'd actually receive the watch in the photo as it's a much faked model and zero feedback would have me worrying, especially as it's taken him that long to decide he doesn't like quartz watches, the papers are dated 2012.... .... Fake Seamaster

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The Omega symbol on the dial looks to be Ok from what I have seen researching Omegas BUT, the one on the caseback with those extremely "happy feet" does make me wonder. But then I'm no expert.

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The Omega symbol on the dial looks to be Ok from what I have seen researching Omegas BUT, the one on the caseback with those extremely "happy feet" does make me wonder. But then I'm no expert.

No the watch in the photo is definitely genuine and the Omega Hippocampus is a standard motive on all their Seamasters ... The problem may arise though if the winner doesn't then receive the real one but a fake... It might just be a risk too far with a seller with no feedback...

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The Omega symbol on the dial looks to be Ok from what I have seen researching Omegas BUT, the one on the caseback with those extremely "happy feet" does make me wonder. But then I'm no expert.

 

No the watch in the photo is definitely genuine and the Omega Hippocampus is a standard motive on all their Seamasters ... The problem may arise though if the winner doesn't then receive the real one but a fake... It might just be a risk too far with a seller with no feedback...

Totally agree, glad I got mine from the forum.

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The Omega symbol on the dial looks to be Ok from what I have seen researching Omegas BUT, the one on the caseback with those extremely "happy feet" does make me wonder. But then I'm no expert.

 

No the watch in the photo is definitely genuine and the Omega Hippocampus is a standard motive on all their Seamasters.

That's good to know and tank you for increasing my knowledge.

David

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It looks legit to me. You can always ask the seller to give you the serial number and to liaise with the AD for a check.

On the other hand, you are not sure what will be the package like - the same watch or a brick.

Selling expensive stuff with no feedback is a hard thing to do.

Cheers

Dim

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