1988 Omega Seamaster Polaris Titane cal.1441
One the most accurate non-tethered wristwatches ever made. This specimen has drifted 0.65 seconds since September, a rate of about 1.5 seconds /year.
A little Cartier today.
Rockin’ the rubber on my PO.
Small yet somehow perfect...I really should clean the crystal.
There. That’s better. Looking good for a 55 year old.
More Zenith love this week with the A782
So much warmer then what the re-release appears to be
Mint should do the trick then! Post edited
I agree, I think aged tritium helps warm it up a lot. The new reissue is certainly a great looking watch though, there really aren't too many originals floating around.
Thank you very much. I consider myself very lucky to have found it.
New to forums and Omega. Figured this would be a good place to make a first post. This is my 1967 145.012 Speedmaster Pro. Just bought it a few weeks ago, made in my birth year. Sadly, I think it has aged better than me:
Excellent first post. Welcome!
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