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When you hear the words "Omega Seamaster," you may recognize it as the "Bond Watch." However, this model of watch predates the mystery man himself.
On Omega’s 100[SUP]th[/SUP] anniversary in 1948, the Omega Seamaster was revealed to the world. It quickly earned the audience’s interest and became the brand's best-seller. It is the oldest model in Omega’s collection, and it is still a hit among the enthusiast...CLICK HERE to read entire article...

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This is my Grail and it will probably be a fantasy forever. Beautiful watch, thanks for posting.
 

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Got to try it on at Omega NYC Boutique a few months back. Omega really nailed this one. Loved how it wears on my wrist despite the 42mm size, which is usually a bit big for me.


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Faux patina is the equivalent of ripped jeans. And is that military marking on a commercial watch? Can’t take it seriously.
 

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Faux patina is the equivalent of ripped jeans. And is that military marking on a commercial watch? Can’t take it seriously.
you do know that Omega used to supply the SMP to British Navy divers back in the 1960s & 1970s? those watches were made to British MOD specs & had that military arrow. The Rolex MilSub was also a competing supplier.
what do you mean by "can't take it seriously"?
 

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Interesting......nothing more, nothing less.....
 

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Faux patina is the equivalent of ripped jeans. And is that military marking on a commercial watch? Can’t take it seriously.
you do know that Omega used to supply the SMP to British Navy divers back in the 1960s & 1970s? those watches were made to British MOD specs & had that military arrow. The Rolex MilSub was also a competing supplier.
what do you mean by "can't take it seriously"?
The key part here is “used to”. But if it makes you feel like a british navy diver wearing it, just go for it!
 
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