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Didn't see this one listed. This is the Cosmic 2000 diver…it probably shares more of its DNA with the Aqua Terra, and I've heard it described as more of a "skin diver" watch, which is understandable given its 60m WR rating. This particular watch was my father's that he purchased in the early 1970s. Newly refurbished, I am enjoying he watch immensely. Here are some photos, including a before shot…
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there was another thread years ago that should have been with this one


where are the 120's from the 60's here's mine

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my grandfather's watch. year 1900. it still works perfectly and has never crossed paths with a watchmaker. when i went to buy my new speedmaster yesterday, i took it with me to present it to my faithful AD in Strasbourg. he told me that it would be welcome in his studio for a little "check up". is that at almost 120 years old, it would still need to have a medical examination, the granny

of course it's not a seamaster; I am sorry for that :(
But it was especially when I was a little boy, more than 60 years ago, sitting on my grandfather's lap while he made me hear the "tic tac" of his watch that I understood that I will always love these items.


And when my father left this world. it was with the greatest respect that I put his watch on my wrist. it crossed the times.. it suffered.. like him. it will remain so. it's a bit of him that I wear on my wrist.

He had bought this watch the year I was born. may he rest in peace



have a nice day 😋

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What do you think the likelihood of Omega releasing the 165.024 as a future heritage model is?

Seamaster 300 from 1964-
165.024 model with Smeedmaster case (lyre lugs). Baton hands till about 1967, then sword hands. Dial with straight indexes or big triangle (military from 1966-). At least 5 differents bezel inserts. Movements 550 or 552. WR 200m. Bracelet 1039/516, remplacement 1171/633.
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Been waiting a long time for this one. Do I keep waiting or give up and pick up a Speedmaster (the first mechanical watch I ever tried on was a speedmaster 20 years ago).
With Omega releasing the Ultra Deep, I feel it could happen.
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i think they should too. Exact replica with all Omega modern specs

What do you think the likelihood of Omega releasing the 165.024 as a future heritage model is?


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Been waiting a long time for this one. Do I keep waiting or give up and pick up a Speedmaster (the first mechanical watch I ever tried on was a speedmaster 20 years ago).
With Omega releasing the Ultra Deep, I feel it could happen.
-Ketchup
 
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