Are you the first owner?
Mine looks to be original
My apologies: mixing up watches
It´s weird how they age so differently! What serial is yours?
Hi Guys, Was the 166.024 SP2 the final Omega Seamaster 300 made and what year as in No F on the scale ?
I may have answered my own question, watchco/abouttime have 166.024 dated (19) 67 on sale at this time, which would indicate that the 166.024 SP wasn't the final production run Omega made of the 300.
Unless Omega finished making case backs for the 300 in 1967 and used those in succeeding final models not to be confused with the replacement case back 166.0324, which I think was run up in the late 90's,correct me if I'm wrong on that point.
Why I ask is that if I fitted a 166.024SP to my 69, 300 would that be period correct ?
Here is an unusual bezel that I've never seen before.
It's not one of the usual fake, but I think it's not genuine Omega
Hurts my eyes!
This 4!! #cry
This 4 looks better and closer to first gen 4 than any other fake I've seen, maybe a little bit too pointed ha ha
Edit: added info about F-type bezels
Superb reference - thank you.
Great update on the F types, very interesting about the RN SM300's having a lot of F4's.
Great work always handy info for the Omega novice like me [emoji23]
Hello many thanks for the table. Great job sincerely. I own a ref 165024 (and not 165.024) with 20million cal 552 bought in France June 1964 and the bezel is correct with your type A table. I still have the original box and papers. Rds
Thanks for this info!
Edit: most common fakes added
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