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Well, it's certainly looking like there will be a date function and with the 8800 caliber (or a variant of it), I'd imagine Omega will make it Boutique Exclusive and charge around $7000 +/- 500.

A new Omega Railmaster would go nicely with my Rolex Explorer - as long as it does not have a date feature and doesn't retail for a crazy amount of money!
 

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As I mentioned earlier, I think they've mixed up some of the information between these models...
C'mon Ken, spit it out!

Either way, I'm excited. I doubt I'll have the $$, but the prospect of a Railmaster reissue is exciting.
 

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That watchbase website seems to be constantly updating the information on the 1957 trilogy anniversary models. I guess I'll wait a few more weeks before setting any real expectations for the Baselworld releases.
 

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Did I miss something? How come such a slow beat? 25k? Has the Co-Ax always been so slow? I would have thought 28k.
 

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No, it should be 38-39mm.

Did I miss something? How come such a slow beat? 25k? Has the Co-Ax always been so slow? I would have thought 28k.
 

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Did I miss something? How come such a slow beat? 25k? Has the Co-Ax always been so slow? I would have thought 28k.
This was started by the 8500 movement, all non chronographs now have the slower beat. To be fair, this is 7 beats per second, versus 8 beats for 28k. Side by side, there's an observable difference, but in isolation, not an issue at all
 

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Will the new Omega Railmaster be my first Omega, finally?!
 
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