Just the 1. Speedy Pro 3220.127.116.11.01.005.
15 at the moment and 4 knock on my the door and will get them hopefully in next 2-3 months. Any guess (not wild I presume) which are they? Lol!
Quite close, but to my regret not completely. Missed to sign up for ST. Got the mail while in a meeting with my accountants, was over two hours later consequently left bare handed. Fourth one is SS Apollo XVII.
These three - excuse tatty distorted pic, but you get the idea!
I'm currently sitting on 3 beautiful vintage pieces. Plans to add others, of course. Currently have eyes set on a pie pan Constellation, a Centenary, and a Louis Brandt perpetual calendar.
I have several watches I cycle through (Tag, Tissot, others), but no Omega's as of yet...the reason I joined this forum.
I'm actively looking for a Planet Ocean with the 8500 movement; either 18.104.22.168.01.003 (metal band) or 22.214.171.124.01.005 (rubber band).
More than I should, less than I will.
No modern, but have a handful of old ones.
Me too, my new one is from '72.
Isn't that Omega from '72 the one you bought new, Uncle Buck?
Eight Omegas reside here at present.
You got that right, Bryan!
I hate those modern (post war) watches although I wouldn't sell this one.
Give me your old pieces of junk that don't work any more!
I have a couple dozen Omega's but about 6 that I cherish. I need a few more.
Noelekal is a great asset to this forum and a Gentleman that I am proud to call a fellow hobbyist. (and I hope he agrees, a friend)
History, horology and pursuing knowledge is what they started here years ago and it still is quite special!
Scroll past the fashion and the valuations and dig the science!
(dig is a hippie term I haven't used in a bit but is still a part of me).
A wise man once said, pictures or it didn't happen!
I'm the only one that's had her. (The watch, you perv's!)
Thank you Uncle Buck!
I'll enthusiastically agree with you on the friendship.
After participating in several forums for many years now and having met several fellow forum members in person, I have observed that greatest thing about friends met on forums is that they prove to be even better once met in person. Their fine character and winning personality traits show through their posts over time.
Conversely, the ones who appear to be jerks in their forum posts always prove to be real "ends of rears" when met in person.
I've owned many throughout the years (Speedy, AT, SMPc) but only have a PO GMT left in my Omega stable.
I have three.
Vintage Seamaster 166.028
Vintage Seamaster 300
2 Genèves from 70s.
Respectively cal 613 and 1010.
Might increase the collection with a SMP 300/speedy reduced (feel free to pm me if you are in Europe and willing to sell yours )
8 pieces and one of my "least sought after" is my no1 dresser even though its worth 1/10 or less than others
Bought it truly nos with the blue plastic on. I have a weak spot for these brushed/shiny cases of the late 60s/early 70s.
Love the speedy mark IIs too but try to find one of them in this unpolished undinged condition...
Note that vintage prices are driven by demand and not quality!
seamaster 300 spectre
Only one right now
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