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Hi, gang,

I don't (or didn't) see any red flags with this one, until I saw the "fake PO" thread and realised how close to the originals fakes were getting.

So, looking for a little peace of mind from the group until I can get it back to an AD for double-checking.

Model: Omega Aqua Terra 150m GMT

Model No.: 231.10.43.22.03.001

Provenance: second-hand from a Japanese dealer on Chrono24 (they have a brick-and-mortar presence and appear to be legit). Came with an Omega box, instruction book and stamped warranty card.

Serial: 99809048 (matches the warranty card)

Let me know if you need more photos and thanks in advance for any opinions or thoughts shared.



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Seriously?

Clean the back glass and hack the watch before posting pictures. This should be a given. The balance is the easiest fake giveaway.

That said, it appears to be correct.
 

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Ha, fair comment. The "dirty" ones were because there was a sticker still on it obscuring the movement.

I was in two minds about removing it in case this caused return issues, but then decided to (hence a couple of clearer shots with no sticker).

More shots hacked and without sticker...let me know if you need more detail/close-ups. Bit difficult with my phone camera but will see what I can do.

Thanks!



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Relax. Do whatever you want with it-- it's your watch and it's new. You should see the level of wrist cheese on those 20+ year old Rolexes with the stickers still on them.

Anyway, it's genuine and you have a great timepiece. Enjoy it!
 

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Nice one, thanks all - really fantastic that you guys give your time to answer these queries. Much appreciated!

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