That particular selection requires photos
I agree. The point of these threads is "photos".
I believe the only appropriate answer is: not enough.
I have 41 of them……….
Most of them are listed here and there under different threads
My limit is my wallet
My limit is my wife
'59 Seamaster Ref. 14730, Cal. 562
'68 Constellation Ref. 168.0019, Cal. 751
'69 Seamaster Ref. 165.0067, Cal.552
Early '70s Dynamic DeVille Ref. 166.0145, Cal. 563
2 but always looking for 3.
Two, Seamaster Diver circa 2010 and a 2019 vintage Speedmaster Professional which is my avatar. Looking to add another watch later this year, maybe a Great White Seamaster.
Let's see, I started off my Omega journey by purchasing a Speedmaster Day-Date shortly after I started my first real job in 2000. Fast forward to January 2017 when I decided to treat myself to a PO 8900 43.5. Nine months later after much debate, I purchased the AT 8500 41.5 over the newly released AT 8900 41.0. A month later I picked up the Speedy Pro Hesalite. Early one July morning in 2018, I managed to secure a ST2 Ultraman with my MMDD as my limited edition number. Finally, last month I added the first used piece to my collection, the classic Seamaster 2254.50.
Very Very Nice ensemble...!
- Speedmaster Date (cal1152)
- Speedmaster MK 4.5 (cal 1045)
- Speedmaster BA (cal 3303)
- flightmaster Ref 145.026 (cal 911)
- Seamaster Ref 176.007 (cal 1040)
- Seamaster Chronometer (cal 564)
- Constellation C-shape (cal 564)
- Genève (cal 611)
- De Ville quartz (cal 1332)
Just one so far, but I have been lusting over a Constellation for awhile.
down to 1, sold the dynamic
Hmmm this photo making me reconsider whether I should get more bracelet straps. Very nice
Here is my current collection. I think I need to pause for a while! I did look at other brands but nothing drew me in like Omega. Oh and this forum is a nightmare for my will power. You all post great pics and then that sets me off looking for another watch!
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