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You mean daytoba?I thought the same thing but what do I know. I do know that there are a lot of people will believe anything they read on the internet without any supporting evidence like a photo maybe.
Very nice Zippy.
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You can always search in Watch Recon by date or set up an alert . For example I typed in 1965 and there were several hits. Here are a couple. http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=tree&goto=6942596&rid=0#msg_6942596 http://forums.watchuseek.com/f29/sold-1965-omega-seamaster-all-original-34mm-automatic-cal-552-classic-vintage-reduced-%24500-1354625.html I used to follow some vintage sites but haven't checked them in a long time. Watchcat Second time around Finer...
I love panda dials.
I looked up the watch on watchuseek. A really nice example but does seem a bit high compared to other ones I've seen. I'm always concerned on pricing restorations as well. I'd love to hear the experts chime in.
The bracelet is very similar to rolex models except maybe wider at 22mm. As comfortable as the bracelet is, I prefer the look of it on the OEM Nato.
Today.
My Speedmaster with the Piguet movement cost about $650 for a full service. Mind you it had to go back three times (kind of glad I moved on from that watch). I get what you guys are saying though, and not that I am shocked by the amount, it just makes me realize there is an added benefit to having mass produced movement particularly if you are sporting a larger collection.In regards to OEM servicing, I would go no other way if I were intending to take the watch anywhere...
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