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in stitches> I love the blue bezel one you showed in the picture, had one a few years ago, might get one again at some point - if i find that pot of gold. I would never ever wear a planet ocean though
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This one. Sorry bout crappy pic.

Have you seen yet a new version of Seamaster Pro with ceramic bezel? It is really gorgeous.



Credit: TimeZone
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^ That is lovely, Kapp.
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Sorry about crappy pic.

I have this one and I like it. I prefer this one over the black face model and the PO's.
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The blue waves are classic, why not? Do you prefer it to the new model with black face?

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in stitches> I love the blue bezel one you showed in the picture, had one a few years ago, might get one again at some point - if i find that pot of gold. I would never ever wear a planet ocean though

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I have this one and I like it. I prefer this one over the black face model and the PO's.

thanks guys. i have no preference, and had no plans on getting one. but i may have an opportunity through work to pick one up practically new, for like 5 hundo. mulling it over.
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Have you seen yet a new version of Seamaster Pro with ceramic bezel? It is really gorgeous. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Credit: TimeZone

that is great.
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thanks guys. i have no preference, and had no plans on getting one. but i may have an opportunity through work to pick one up practically new, for like 5 hundo. mulling it over.
that is great.

Would your plan be to put it up on B/S?
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Would your plan be to put it up on B/S?

if by B/S, you mean my wrist and my dresser drawer, then yes, absolutely.
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thanks guys. i have no preference, and had no plans on getting one. but i may have an opportunity through work to pick one up practically new, for like 5 hundo. mulling it over.

 

500 dollars? I would not even ask.

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what is the general opinion here about the seamaster?

 I generally find they look too dated too soon because they seemed to have a different style almost every decade and far too many 007 limited editions in batches of 10,000 (which isn't very limited).  But for $500 its a no brainer, unless its in horrible condition I say go for it. 

 

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Soon...

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Hoping to see some wrist shots soon.  I've had mine for a few weeks and I love this watch!

 

Not the best photo but here is a quick wrist shot taken before all the plastic was off. 

 

 

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Love it Dino, lucky man! I'm almost there saving my ass off, 2-3 more months and i'll have it on me (will never take it off.....)

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So many beautiful watches... you guys are feeding my addiction.

 

I'll be able to throw a picture of mine in as soon as I receive it. At 17, I can't quite afford to spend thousands on a watch, so I started looking into vintage. I'm quite pleased with what I picked up.

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Love it Dino, lucky man! I'm almost there saving my ass off, 2-3 more months and i'll have it on me (will never take it off.....)

 

You will love that freakin watch!  I stop and look at it all the time even when I don't care what time it is.  I'm looking forward to hearing some good news about an AP arriving at your home in a few months!  Keep saving its worth it!

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So many beautiful watches... you guys are feeding my addiction.

 

I'll be able to throw a picture of mine in as soon as I receive it. At 17, I can't quite afford to spend thousands on a watch, so I started looking into vintage. I'm quite pleased with what I picked up.

 Vintage is a great way to go to start a collection.  There are lots of possibilities and you are not likely to see the same watch on lots of other people.  Good luck and I look forward to seeing pix of your vintage watch soon. 

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You will love that freakin watch!  I stop and look at it all the time even when I don't care what time it is.  I'm looking forward to hearing some good news about an AP arriving at your home in a few months!  Keep saving its worth it!

Man i'll sleep with my AP and buy a small pillow for it. It will go first, second my wife...

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what is the general opinion here about the seamaster?


I have the exact watch, it is kind of nice that as an additional feature Omegas actually keep time! It is my everyday and travel watch, very low key to the un-initiated also.

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Anyone a fan of the vintage Seamasters - 1960s?

 

yes, definitely
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