Saw one of those in the Omega boutique at The Galleria recently.
Was actually wanting to check out the Speedy Mark II update, but they had not received any yet.
They told me mid-July.
Ah, I believe the piece you are speaking of is the end link, and on those old watches in steel or steel and gold it is often referred to as a clam shell. It was hollow and not much gold on the tutone models. I haven't seen one like that, but I really haven't followed steel and gold DJs in quite some time.
The TF is a very nice watch. Its dressy enough for a suit, yet casual enough for jeans. I have a few friends who have owned them over the years. Actually, since they are not that large and my wife really liked them, she got the large automatic size model, about 12 years ago. Its been a great daily wearer for her and she bangs the hell of out it and it just takes a beating and keeps going.
Below is a picture of my Tank XL with Mrs. Dino's Tank Francaise in the background.
Since I am not an expert in all things RO, I have a question for you experts..
This doesn't appear to have the Petite Tapisserie that I am used to seeing on the 15202.
The face looks more akin to the Grand Tapisserie on the 15300/15400
Can someone help me out here and drop some knowledge?
I am sure @Dino944 can offer some expertise.