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So, this guy has been at the Spa for a few months, and just got it back a few months ago. During that time, I’ve taken on way to many pieces, and I wanna slim down. So, I’m putting this guy up.

For your consideration is the Omega Planet Ocean GMT GoodPlanet Edition, ref The watch just came back from Omega where a full service was done, and the crystal changed. The service comes with a 24 month warranty as well.

The GoodPlanet Edition has a real nicely done blue/orange color tone, that has personality, while not being overly “loud”.

Included is the watch on bracelet, with extra links to about a 7.25-7.5” wrist, in the red Omega service pouch, service paperwork, and a slew of parts that were swapped out. (No box or original cards.)

The watch is in great shape, as it just came back from service a few weeks ago. Of note is the bezel at 6:00, or the 12 on the 24hr markings…Also the ceramic inset at about the 20-22 markings have light scratches. Please note, upon receiving the watch back from Omega (3/18/20), I noticed the Lume pip crystal was cracked. After the suggestion of u/bolidt, Lume pip has been replaced, by an Omega Certified watchmaker, using a OEM Omega part... (Receipt and Lume pip will be included...)

Omega Specs -Seamaster GoodPlanet Watch | OMEGA US®

43.5mm Case (not as big as it sounds, see pics on my 6.5” wrist) 21mm lugs, 8605 Caliber. If you wanna hear and see the watch from every angle, and hear it described in the most extensively specific language- see Tim Mosso's video review here -
. (For what it's worth, I love his ability to use a different adjective for every nuanced detail in a watch...)

Price - $4,300 NET to me

Pre Lume Pip Change Pics (90+) -
Caseback - All Included - Lume

Post Lume Pip Replacement -
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