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The Omega Speedmaster "TinTin"...

  1. nonuffinkbloke

    nonuffinkbloke Feb 19, 2018

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    Edited Feb 19, 2018
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  2. Jkuback

    Jkuback Feb 24, 2018

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    Brilliant pics! Thanks for the Review.
     
  3. bonerp

    bonerp Mar 1, 2018

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    Nice photography
     
  4. whitewolf777

    whitewolf777 Mar 8, 2018

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    Very nice review
    Thanks

    I need to see this speedy in person, I find it interesting but I wonder if I will like the looks of it when worn.
     
  5. Breizhoneg!

    Breizhoneg! Mar 8, 2018

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    What a nice post! :)
     
  6. Reborn

    Reborn Jun 18, 2018

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    These are getting hot...
     
  7. Joshes

    Joshes Jul 28, 2018

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    I wonder if the designers really think about Tintin when deciding to apply the red and white checkers on the dial.
    Well, regardless, it does look cool and create a cult followers
     
  8. Greatpa

    Greatpa Jul 28, 2018

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  9. Pun

    Pun Jul 28, 2018

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    The designers at Omega very much knew about TinTin and the Destination Moon Project while making these dials. Later developments changed the scenario for this release.
     
  10. The Father

    The Father Jul 28, 2018

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    Getting higher, a NOS stock on Chrono24 for $8850

    OMEGA Speedamster Tin Tin
    Ref. 311.30.42.30.01.004
    Edelstahl
    Cal. 1861
    Gehäuse-No. : 77797937
     
  11. kilofinal

    kilofinal Jul 28, 2018

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    There are some great examples for sale such as the NOS Tin Tin Kringkily is selling here on the forum for $4750 shipped! There are other examples on various sites selling for approx. $5400 - $7000
     
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  12. dwboston

    dwboston Jul 28, 2018

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    Don't tell him that! He's only interested in the most expensive asking price to pump the value of his "investment".
     
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  13. smitty190373

    smitty190373 Jul 28, 2018

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    :whipped:
     
  14. The Father

    The Father Jul 28, 2018

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    One lowly smuck can raise the value of this watch? That is amazing. I offer this for $1,000,000. Sorry but I just find it interesting that prices can increase by 25-50% for the watch in a couple weeks.
     
  15. Tik-Tok of Oz

    Tik-Tok of Oz Jul 28, 2018

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    But when was it last serviced? :D:D:D
     
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  16. The Father

    The Father Jul 28, 2018

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    You are right. Last service unknown, price drop. $999,999
     
  17. The Father

    The Father Jul 28, 2018

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    After a day out the tintin tucked away in the gun safe
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  18. dwboston

    dwboston Jul 28, 2018

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    Asking price from a site notorious for high listing prices. Anyone can ask whatever they want for their item, it doesn't mean someone will pay it. There were several examples pointed out to you with lower asking prices.
     
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  19. The Father

    The Father Jul 28, 2018

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    I understand this, I am just passing it along. 2 or 3 weeks ago on the “overpriced” site the top price was $6,000
     
  20. dwboston

    dwboston Jul 29, 2018

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    Why are you so impressed by an outlandish listing price? If no one will pay it, then who cares?
     
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