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You all know this watch but I'll list the basics below just in case you don't. I purchased this Railmaster from an AD in Los Angeles towards the end of 2017 (I still have the receipt to prove it) so it's still well within warranty (5 years). I'm only selling it to raise funds for another watch plus it just hasn't been getting much wrist time for the past year.

This has been a particularly difficult watch to photograph due to the polished surfaces (and my lack of photography skills) but in the name of transparency, I can tell you that there are zero dents or dings on the case, bracelet, bezel, caseback or crystal. However, are there tiny swirls on all the surfaces (except the brushed sides of the case) as to be expected from a watch that was worn. As far as blemishes are concerned, the worst of it would be on the caseback since the clasp rubs against it when I set it down.

Otherwise, all the moving parts are in perfect working condition from the movement down to the micro-extender/adjustment and release buttons located on the buckle. The OEM NATO strap and leather strap (with OEM pin buckle) have never been used and the NATO still has the protective stickers on them. The bracelet has never been taken off the watch and all the links are included.



  • Case Diameter = 38mm
  • Bracelet / Case = Steel
  • Lug Width = 19mm
  • Anti-magnetic to 15,000 gauss
  • 8806 Master Chronometer automatic movement
  • Sapphire Crystal with anti-reflective treatment inside
  • Water Resistance = 60 meters / 200 feet
  • Limited Edition = 3,557 pieces worldwide


I've bought and sold watches on WUS several times and have positive feedback. My price is $4600 with shipping included (CONUS). I will accept wire transfers via Zelle (to avoid fees) and PayPal is okay as long as you're a highly trusted buyer on WUS plus you agree to cover the fees. However, my preference would be a face to face cash transaction in Los Angeles.




Thank you very much for taking a look and please feel free to ask me any questions regarding this Omega Railmaster 1957 Trilogy piece. IMG_0769.jpeg IMG_0770.jpeg IMG_0772.jpeg IMG_0773.jpeg IMG_0776.jpeg IMG_0778.jpeg IMG_0780.jpeg IMG_0783.jpeg IMG_0784.jpeg IMG_0787.jpeg
 

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I would be willing to trade + cash for a Rolex Explorer I (ref. 214270 mark 2 with fully lumed dial) if any of you are interested. I also have a Longines Legend Diver No-Date that was serviced by the Swatch Group two months ago.
 

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Found the watch I was looking for and need funding now. Price drop to $4,250 includes shipping (CONUS).
 
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