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  1. dubois Dec 30, 2015

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    [Quote = "blubarb, poste: 376397, membre: 11993"] Oui, mais il Pourrait Être meilleur pour tous si vous traduisez en anglais D'ABORD
    ... mais il pourrait être préférable si vous traduisez du français à l'anglais à la fin de votre première. [/ QUOTE]
    Bonjour Désolé je me demande si vous avez les éléments pour connaître le nombre exact de pièces sur le modèle Tintin avec le numéro de série. pensez-vous que 200 ou 400 pièces seriez le nombre exact cordiale
     
  2. dubois Dec 30, 2015

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    I called the Omega headquarters in Switzerland they simply responded that she was beautiful , rare, but the information was confidential about the exact number of parts. but how do you explain that the racing japan is neither limited nor numbered series such as Tintin series then how can you explain that the number looks to 2004 pieces thank you very much for your response and interest
     
  3. dubois Dec 30, 2015

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    some dealers have not had that I confirmed through my calls , that certain omega shops that took part for two years of production confirmed yet by all my calls and my comfirmed that this piece was rare with may very production and that it was a special edition soon as snoopy collector and racing japan thank you to you
     
  4. dubois Dec 30, 2015

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    Leatle Désolé speak english
     
  5. blubarb Dec 30, 2015

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  6. danbrew Dec 30, 2015

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    Was out with my daughter tonight for pizza and couldn't help but notice the checkerboard tablecloth... not bad for an iPhone photo...

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  7. blubarb Dec 30, 2015

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    Great pic. Great dial. Moulinsart were fools for not wanting a Tintin association with The Speedmaster.

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  8. Keb Dec 31, 2015

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    Took the plunge! Was shopping the 3570.50 but liked the red accents. As did my son and the plan is that it will one day be his. It's numbered 777781xx purchased at Toppers in Burlingame -- who were really great to work with and arranged a transaction I was comfortable with. I must have been in five times trying things on and was never pressured or made to feel ignorant (this is my first Real Watch). If it ends up becoming a special or sought after model, great. I am certainly interested in the details like everyone else here. Either way I just dig it, and will be wearing it every chance I get!
     
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  9. blubarb Dec 31, 2015

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    Very nice. Congrats. And that's the new Omega wood box as well? Have yet to see one of these boxes in the wild. And welcome to OF by the way, best watch forum in the universe.

    Edit: Ps. Already very special and sought after as far as I am concerned . It's now essential that you get a Tintin rocket to keep with your Tintin watch.
     
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  10. blubarb Dec 31, 2015

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    sample:

    77727.1xx,
    77764.8xx
    77776.7xx
    77777.1xx
    77777.5xx
    77780.5xx
    77780.7xx,
    77796.9xx
    77797.xxx
    77797.5xx
    77797.9xx

    (Capture sample 2?)
    777974xx
    777963xx
    777575xx
    777781xx

    Our little list is growing.
     
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  11. dubois Dec 31, 2015

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    Tintin est plein de sensation merveilleuse avec son poignet l'est très belle,the box je l'ai aussi mon Tintin sont les dernières cases que les oméga distribued
     
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  12. dubois Dec 31, 2015

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  15. blubarb Dec 31, 2015

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    The "German Tank Problem" approach would most likely give a better estimate.
     
  16. Keb Jan 1, 2016

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    Thank you! And to all here. This is a great forum community and has been an invaluable resource in my decision over the past months well before I stumbled onto the Tintin.

    I wasn't aware about the box being new but it's really nice. Having looked at the 3570 and used samples I was only aware of the red one and the huge new one with the loupe and additional straps. Happy New Year to all who may be celebrating.
     
  17. DLT222 Double D @ ΩF Staff Member Jan 1, 2016

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    mine is 77782***
     
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  18. blubarb Jan 1, 2016

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    sample:

    77727.1xx,
    77764.8xx
    77776.7xx
    77777.1xx
    77777.5xx
    77780.5xx
    77780.7xx,
    77796.9xx
    77797.xxx
    77797.5xx
    77797.9xx

    (Capture sample 2?)
    777974xx
    777963xx
    777575xx
    777781xx
    77782xxx
     
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  19. CdnWatchDoc Jan 1, 2016

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    Very interesting thread, and I thank @blubarb for putting this together. I can see Omega keeping this quiet, given that they were more or less ordered not to continue with the official Tintin tie-in. So use up the parts created, insert the allocated 1861s, and sell them to the public. The "racing" dial model is still on the Omega.com website (accessed from Canada), so they still must have stock in the ADs. I love mine (on my wrist as I type...), and will indeed keep it!
     
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  20. Ko1892 Jan 1, 2016

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    I have 777975xx , the watch dated 2013
     
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