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  1. DirtyDozen12

    DirtyDozen12 Apr 2, 2016

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    Great photograph and awesome piece! :thumbsup:
     
  2. Northernman

    Northernman Apr 2, 2016

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    Not normally a "Rolex liker", but with that background I just could not hold myself back!
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  3. Taddyangle

    Taddyangle Convicted Invicta Wearer Apr 2, 2016

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    Not even Tuesday and half the posts are of speedies. So many different speedies that have aged wonderful.

    Today I'm wearing my youngest son's 3572.50. He will get it in 10-20 years. Until then...

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  4. Garv

    Garv no longer a member of the terminally hip Apr 2, 2016

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    Thought I'd wear the Alpinist on a cold gray blustery Chicago day.
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  5. watchdaddy1

    watchdaddy1 Apr 2, 2016

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    old ass Seiko Navigator Timer $25.00 find

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  6. AAAKK

    AAAKK First listing in the ΩF B2B phone book Apr 2, 2016

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    Heading out for a good hike
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  7. 250scr

    250scr Apr 2, 2016

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  8. Fredrik (Swe)

    Fredrik (Swe) Apr 2, 2016

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  9. dougiedude

    dougiedude Carpe horologium! Apr 2, 2016

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    My one and only, but I do "like it", thanks, Anders!
     
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  10. Majork

    Majork Apr 2, 2016

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    Thanks mate!
    Simple iPhone photo...
     
  11. gwzymytk

    gwzymytk Apr 2, 2016

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    Trying the AT on a strap for a change.

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  12. Nobel Prize

    Nobel Prize Sergio Apr 2, 2016

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    LMLE
     
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  13. wareagle35

    wareagle35 Apr 2, 2016

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    Actually liking this watch! 1459616861070.jpg
     
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  14. duc

    duc Apr 2, 2016

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    It took all my cleverness, but I got it back from that dog....

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  15. watchme

    watchme First Owner - Omega Darkside Apr 2, 2016

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    HAGWA[​IMG]
     
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  16. GregH

    GregH Apr 2, 2016

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    Rainy casual day Seamaster
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  17. Andy K

    Andy K Dreaming about winning an OFfie one day. Apr 2, 2016

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    A recent addition - silver-dialed Yachting chrono to go with its slightly more common blue brother:
    gsdfgfd.jpg IMG_8057.JPG hdsd.jpg tyyery.jpg This particular dial (I2 according to my typology) is somewhat of a wild card. It is most often found on 176.005s or 176.007s, but was possibly applied to those as a service replacement or just a less common option. I always thought it just made sense as the alternate dial on a steel 176.010, but until recently I had never seen a photo of a steel 176.010 with this dial. Oddly, I had seen this dial on the gold plated 176.010, though I thought it was an odd configuration since all the other cal. 1040 gp Omegas from the era had gold or brown dials. Anyway, when I saw this one pop up for sale I pounced, and now I can easily time two regattas at once!
     
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  18. Longbow

    Longbow Apr 2, 2016

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    Great images! I noticed that the current Seamaster 300 has rather more reflections from the crystal than pretty much all my other watches. After seeing your images I checked the Omega website again and see that the 300 is only internally AR coated which explains a lot. My Globemaster however doesn't seem to pick up fingerprints on the crystal despite being dual AR coated. I wonder if Omega has different AR processes/formulations?
     
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  19. destroid

    destroid Apr 2, 2016

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    Contrarian Constellation
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  20. Longbow

    Longbow Apr 2, 2016

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    Great photo and thanks for explaining the trick. :thumbsup:
     
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