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I have just recently got my first Omega. A Seamaster Polaris SS/YG. Got it for 425 dollar on Ebay from a Japanese seller. I've read somewhere this model was not very popular. Still Omega produced watches with this design between 1982 and 1994? This model got a 54XXXXXX serial no.
I am about to save up for my next Omega. Which model I am not sure of yet.

I have owned Rolex and Breitling earlier, but these were sold in a bad financial period.
 

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Well, I'm glad you like it.
 

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I liked it at this price level. I am used to watches with a diameter of 40mm++.
 

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We don't see too many of these here. Enjoy!
 

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I know it's not Omega's best looking watch, but it IS an Omega, OK! ;-)

I consider it a starter watch for a Omega collection.
 

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Great looking watch! :-!

They are the best for vintage, since you can get them affordably and they look very sophisticated. Mine are almost always worn by my wife:

 

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Just got one too ! Nice design, albeit a bit small with its 32mm exluding the crown. Hard to adjust it to my 7.1" wrist too...either a tad too tight or too loose! Already had thay problem with other Genta designs, wonder if there are half links available ?

Mine had the 1441 movement originally but it was replaced by the 1445 during service, also thermocompensated for a stellar +/- 10 spyear accuracy!

 
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