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I first saw the Omega Hour Vision about 10 years ago and was fascinated. Decided to pick one up recently and I'm wondering why I don't see these very often. I think it's very classy, and I love the Art Deco vibe. Perhaps it's too dressy for every day wear?
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Honestly, I didn't care for them at first. But the past year or so I have changed my tune. I really like them and the constellations. Nice choice.
 

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Congratulations on your Omega Hour Vision - it does have that Art Deco vibe. Enjoy your long-awaited watch.
 

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I desperately wanted one when they were new, but I sort of forgot about them after a while. Lovely watch! Nice to see one, they don‘t show up too often these days.
 

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I've always loved the Hour Vision. Kind of gets lost in the shuffle of all the Omega models but it's a beauty.

Enjoy!!
 

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Congrats, looks great. Generally speaking most folks in store shop sportier pieces and I just think these models, as well as others, get overlooked at times. Wear it in good health!
 

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It's just another great omega they have a line up of models that have a distinct vibe.
Looks killa mate
Dave

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I love them. For some reason the DeVille lineup doesn't get the recognition I think it deserves.
 

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I really like this look. It’s unique and, yes, Art Deco-ish. I actually think it’s a versatile piece and could go well with a variety of outfits.
 
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