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  1. CaptainWinsor

    CaptainWinsor Oct 7, 2019

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  2. Benbradstock

    Benbradstock Oct 7, 2019

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    Definitely a redial, which I assume you were implying.
     
  3. Tempus

    Tempus Oct 8, 2019

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    Don't get me wrong this is fugly but isn't it interesting how poor redialing was a common practice and accepted by many as an improvement 60 to 70 yrs ago. Today's watch wearing fraternity is so much more discerning and I guess far removed from a generation who on the whole wore a watch for it's functionality and not neccesiraly for the perfection of the case polish or the quality of decoration applied to the movement etc.
     
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  4. michael22

    michael22 Oct 8, 2019

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    Well, in this case they were sick of their Omega, & decided to change to Zenith at time of redial. Very thrifty.

    Though I'm not sure any of it was Omega, either.
     
  5. CaptainWinsor

    CaptainWinsor Oct 8, 2019

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    What’s that logo on the caseback?
     
  6. michael22

    michael22 Oct 8, 2019

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    I thought it was an Omega seamonster, but it doesn't look right. I don't recall the six notches in that position on an Omega, either.
     
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  7. stahlmotte

    stahlmotte Oct 8, 2019

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    Yes a seamonster:D...
     
  8. Hijak

    Hijak Oct 8, 2019

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    This is so much more than a bad redial! Zenith hands and movement with what looks like an Omega dial and case back. Funny part is the dial says 30 jewels but movement has 17 jewels.:confused: What a clusterf@*k!:rolleyes:

    For the low starting bid of $150 U.S. you could be the proud owner of a Zenmega!!!:p
     
  9. alam

    alam Oct 8, 2019

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    Yeah, as Omenith(s) are more uncommon and pricey! :p
     
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  10. CaptainWinsor

    CaptainWinsor Oct 8, 2019

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    When I first looked at the back, I thought it looked like someone had tried to copy the Omega logo. I never really paid attention to the details but I guess it’s an Omega back. A SeaNith or a ZenMaster perhaps
     
  11. Omega-Q

    Omega-Q Oct 8, 2019

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    From the listing, "We came from watchmakers family, and have moore than 40 years on this matter, permanently we buy and sell vintage watches , restored or to repair,we have an large stock of used watch parts and new old stock parts." They have MOORE than 40 years...:eek:
     
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  12. CaptainWinsor

    CaptainWinsor Oct 8, 2019

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    Google translate doesn’t always work. Ha
     
  13. Hijak

    Hijak Oct 8, 2019

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    I vote for ZenMaster!:thumbsup:
     
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  14. RODDYJB

    RODDYJB Oct 8, 2019

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    Case back doesn't look legit to me...
     
  15. michael22

    michael22 Oct 8, 2019

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    That's what I think.
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  16. CajunTiger

    CajunTiger Cajuns and Gators can't read newspapers! Oct 8, 2019

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    paint by numbers
     
  17. TexOmega

    TexOmega Oct 8, 2019

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    Y'all are a tough, cynical bunch...…...Can't you see it's a Prototype from a joint-venture?
     
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  18. RODDYJB

    RODDYJB Oct 8, 2019

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    Aye Laddie, that will be right!....;)