I thank you for replying to the post politely despite the obvious temptation to be terse.
Exactly what I did before getting my first Speedmaster. I wanted to get a feel for pricing and also to figure out the ideal model for me. I ended up with my perfect Speedy and a killer deal.
$3600 for a new Co-Axial Moonwatch Chronograph (with date window), $182 (and 2 weeks in the shop) to replace a dented bezel.
Great 3, I've wanted a Watchco for a long time & that old bumper is like the one my father wore for years & what started me on this.
I have 3 - 2531.80, 3570.50 and the new 43.5 PO.
Thanks Al. Very nice trilogy of watches. Take care.
Great collection Al!
Two now, with my new Speedy!
Just the one (for now!). Owned a vintage seamaster for a bit, and loved it, but it was a little small on my wrist so i flipped it. Also bought the old man a birth year seamaster.
7....... Including those 6....
ZERO as of yet...still looking!
I never know which one is my favorite.. I have the chance to change my mind everyday ;-)
It takes time to reach that point... be patient
[Quote = "Sidrox25, mensaje: 705.130, miembro de: 25631"] Por lo que sólo curiosidad por los miembros de DE. ¿Cuántas de Omega tiene? [/ Quote]
Hasta el Momento Solo tengo 3 tengo Otros Eterna-Matic, Universal Geneve y Mondaine.
I have 13. One modern FOIS and a lot of vintages, especially Seamasters.
Two, and I thought I was over indulged!
11 and a pocket watch at the moment. TRYING to get it to under 6.
My current lineup
Currently 4, although that number is sure to change later this summer with at least one new incoming (Speedy Racing perhaps?).
1. Speedmaster Dark Side of the Moon;
2. Speedmaster Professional 3570.50
3. Speedmaster CK2998 LE
4. Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Titanium
Thanks, I was surprised it turned out that well. I had never seen a Hirsch strap in person, but knew they make high quality products... probably better than Omega's. The thing is 6mm thick at the lugs.
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