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  1. Sturmvogel

    Sturmvogel Feb 20, 2016

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    Hello,

    I just bought my second Seamaster 600 with a different type of dial than my first one (the one on the left is my second one). When I examined it in more detail, I noticed the different looking Omega logo and font (especially the letter G where the horizontal bar does not extend more than half the widht of the letter) as well as Seamaster font (especially that there is no gap between the S and first e as on most others there is a small gap).

    Is that a redial? Or has anybody seen a similar dial in a Seamaster 600?

    Thanks

    Roger
     
  2. Steve1haggart

    Steve1haggart Feb 20, 2016

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    can we see some photos ?
     
  3. Sturmvogel

    Sturmvogel Feb 20, 2016

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    Oh, forgot to attach it. It is the left one.
     
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  4. Sturmvogel

    Sturmvogel Feb 21, 2016

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    Anybody?
     
  5. Hijak

    Hijak Feb 21, 2016

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    For reference...

    My ref. 136.011, cal. 611
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    I would say the one on the right looks good, dial wise (maybe use the right size strap though;))...would want to see a better picture of left one before saying anything. Looks like yours are both ref. 135.011, probably with cal. 601s inside.
     
  6. Sturmvogel

    Sturmvogel Feb 22, 2016

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    Thank you for your message. I have attached a closer photo of the dial. A member at another forum told me that he found this type of dial on 6 independent watches over the year all coming from Germany. One came from the gentleman who originally bought it and still had the original strap. He therefore believes that this type of dial is original, but was mainly sold to the German market.
     
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