I just took possession of an Omega 125 which has never been worn. The watch was in the collection of a collector who purchase two of these watches around 1973. He never wore either watch and they sat in his collection until he died. My watch maker purchased the collection a long time ago and sold one of the two 125s when he first got them. He kept the other one for a long time in his collection. He never wore the watch. It is that watch which I purchased. I may be able to post pictures later, I don't have any at the moment. I was notified that the watch had arrived while at work. I took the metro home immediately and took the package up to my apartment and opened it. I took the watch out of the box and was immediately rendered speechless. It is the most beautiful, impressive watch I've ever seen. The entire experience of handling the watch, looking at its lines, seeing the perfect dial, perfect lume. It was overwhelming. Wow, you got to be kidding me. How is it that this incredible watch isn't held up as one of the greatest watches ever produced by Omega? That bracelet ... wow. Amazing is not an exaggeration. Its hard to describe the watch without sounding ridiculous, as I am sure I do. I have a rolex for every year of the 1950s. I have Omegas from the 1950s. I have an unworn Rolex Perpetual from 1962. I have a Benrus U.S. Military watch from 1975 which is in perfect condition. I've owned a 2015 brand new Rose Gold Daytona, a new Sea Dweller. I currently have a new Oyster Perpetual 36mm which is fantastic (looks like a modernized version of my 1962 Oyster Precision). No watch I've ever come in contact with is as impressive as the Omega 125. It really defies words. I've read a popular article about the watch which is often quoted which describes the watch as a heavy block of metal. Wow, what a disservice to the watch community to describe such an amazing watch in such a negative way. What a shame. The bracelet was adjusted perfectly for me. I put it on and it felt fantastic. Not too heavy, not to big. Just a great watch with great aesthetics. This watch will only be worn on rare occasions. I will keep it in its perfect condition and so when I wear it, I will again and again experience that wonderful sensation of soaking in perfection. By the way, I have a Fortis Official Cosmonaut Chronograph on a Bracelet which is roughly the same size and weight as the Omega 125. The Omega has a more organic shape to it. The Omega fits and feels superior to the Fortis. The Omega 125 is more comfortable and fits better than my 40mm Sea Dweller did. It may be easy to dismiss my comments as someone who is excited about a new watch. I've had a day to calm down, and I still feel the same way as I did yesterday. Wow ... amazing!