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Hi all. First off, excellent forum. Very helpful with a wealth of answers.

I'm getting ready to purchase a "Casino Royale" Planet Ocean tomorrow. I can get the watch for $3150 out the door and have my choice of #s 1063 and 1144.
Is the price fair or should I shop around more? Should I go with the lower or higher #, or does it really matter?
And last but not least, as I was browsing the internet earlier, I found a post regarding a Planet Ocean that would constantly stop approx. every 2 hours. This is the first time I've bought a premium watch and just want to check with you guys before I drop $3000 plus. Is keeping time an issue with some of the PO?

Thanks for any and all help and Happy New Year to all.

Scott
 

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Welcome to the forum, and happy new year to you too!
You shouldn't have any problems with the Omega...I have several and none have ever crapped out on me. The 007 PO is a great watch...you'll love it! Post pics when you get it!
 

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Vince. You've got to be kidding! Do you live in Vegas as well? Anyway, Thanks for the fast reply.
 

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Wow! I didn't even realize your location is Lost Wages as well! What part of town do you live? I'm over on Trop and Buffalo.

Sent you a PM...
 

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Hi all. First off, excellent forum. Very helpful with a wealth of answers.

I'm getting ready to purchase a "Casino Royale" Planet Ocean tomorrow. I can get the watch for $3150 out the door and have my choice of #s 1063 and 1144.
Is the price fair or should I shop around more? Should I go with the lower or higher #, or does it really matter?
And last but not least, as I was browsing the internet earlier, I found a post regarding a Planet Ocean that would constantly stop approx. every 2 hours. This is the first time I've bought a premium watch and just want to check with you guys before I drop $3000 plus. Is keeping time an issue with some of the PO?

Thanks for any and all help and Happy New Year to all.

Scott
If neither number has special significance to you such as birthday, anniversary, etc., go for the lower but with as many units Omega plans to produce of this not-so-"limited edition", the numbers really don't matter.

And as with any new watch, car, wife, girl friend, etc., problems will occur but that is a risk one takes. :-d

I have sent you a PM with a name and number of an AD you should contact before laying your money down.

Welcome to the forum and enjoy your new PO - a future classic for sure. :-!

Fr. John+
 
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