3 waiting for 1
Eight, down from 63
Call dibs on the Alaska
1959 Constellation pie pan
1961 Constellation pie pan
1973 Automatic (base model - below Geneve)
Seamaster 2264.50 (Quartz)
Seamaster GMT 2234.50
Seamaster 2221.80 (Quartz)
Seamaster - black dialed version of the 2221.80 - model number too long to remember
Speedmaster Pro 3570.50
Two Speedmasters mitukoshi and 3572.50 tritium 1997
Speedmaster 105012-cal 321
Speedmaster pro MKII 145014-cal 861
Speedmaster pro MKIV 176009-cal 1040
Speedmaster pro 1450022 (Appollo XI anniversary)-cal 861
RAF pilots watch 2777-1 -cal 283
Watchco seamaster 300 1650024-cal 552
Constellation calibre 561 (from 1969)
Constellation calibre 564
Constellation calibre 751
Dress watch calibre 265 (from 1952)
These so far
My LE collection.
8 but looking for number 9
I have 7 and want to add an 8th.....
5 speedmasters (69st, Alaska project, ck2998le, mark II racing, Mitsukoshi mod) a 300m coaxial and an old Geneva sport.
And given that sad empty space in the box, number 10 as well
Not enough......That I am sure
Only three, but I enjoy them all.The SM300 is probably my favorite.
four and of course I want more..
None, but very much in the market for a 105.012!
The 2 most iconic watches Omega produce. With the addition of a couple of nice straps, you've got all the collection you'd ever need.
Pretty sure collecting has more to do with wants, amirite?
Of course you're right. But I can try to convince myself that I don't need to keep buying more. I'm not successful, but I can try..
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