9 in total
Only 2 Ms. Speedy and Mr. Flighty so far (vintage)
23, I think, including the following vintage Speedmasters
very impressive and huge congrats, so we are in the middle of a vintage watch thread here ...
Too many, and yet not enough...all at the same time! What a crazy addiction. I mean, hobby.
My small collection with a GMT thrown in for good measure!!
I have 3. Two Speedmaster automatics, different dial arrangements and a FOIS.
I have 2.
Speedmaster FOIS and SMP 300M 2220.80.00
Looking to add a Seamaster PO.
Still just one Omega...a modern standard issue Moonwatch...which is my grail watch.
Just my one Constellation 168-005 with issues. Looking forward to wearing it.
I wanna be like you.
I’d like to add a Seamaster 233.30 and a 2475 to that in the future
I have 6: AcquaTerra, Speedy and 4 vintage... But I really use only 3 of them (the 2 modern + one vintage).
... the extremly rare piece, the nightmare of Omega, a story to forget, a desaster ... - Caliber 372.
But we have the solution of the mistake, thanks to R.M. & W.B (2 swiss men who dedicate their lives to watches)
Up to seven now:
PO LM LE
60th Anniversary Speedy
When I search the Ranfft archive for Omega 372, this is not the movement that is shown. Can someone elaborate as to what features this watch has, and why it might be considered a “disaster”?
Just found the answer. On another forum, Desmond discussed this movement at length as to its “jump-second” feature, and many were recalled because of poor performance. That leaves but one question. Why does the Ranfft archive show a different movement when you research Omega caliber 372?
your picture is the Basic caliber 360 ... from the year 1926.
Call me clueless. I still cannot locate this model on the Ranfft archive by either caliber 360 or 372, or using any other caliber listed therein.
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