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    Amazing Omega prices on Jomashop's eBay Store

    I thought this might be of sufficient interest to deserve its own thread. Anyone looking for a new Speedmaster Professional, Speedmaster based on the 3313 movement, or Aqua Terra Annual Calendar should scroll down.

    Jomashop on their eBay store is offering the Omega SMP-C for 40%, or $2640.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Seamas...-/181440902625
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Seamas...-/181464470241

    This is a bit more than the price low of $2500 they were sold for a while back, but it's still a pretty good deal. Jomashop is not an authorized Omega dealer, so the watches do not come with a factory warranty.

    They also have the grey dialed 41.5mm Aqua Terra 8500 for $3300 (and also have the white dialed version as well)

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Seamas...-/181440902961

    Another notable is the Speedmaster Professional 311.30.42.30.01.006 for $3700 (about 41% off the MSRP of $6250). This appears to be the new model with the sapphire caseback, screwed bracelet, and fancy display case. It also includes the solid caseback as well, in case you wish to swap it out. I'm surprised they have this relatively new release at such a substantial discount.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Speedm...-/151420050095

    Also, they have the Aqua Terra Annual Calendar (older variant with the month-date window) for $5000, which is an amazing 47% off.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Seamas...-/151392834947

    Finally, there is the Speedmaster based on the 3313 movement for $5000, which is 50% off the MSRP.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Omega-Speedm...-/380983605933
    Last edited by mleok; Nov 22, 2014 at 10:42 AM.


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    Thanks for the information

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    some great prices there.

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    I've updated the post, as the last Speedmaster is not the 9300 version, but rather the one based on the 3313 movement.


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    Calatrava 5119J; Vacheron Constantin Overseas; Jaeger-LeCoultre Grande Reverso Duo; Rolex Submariner 114060; Baume & Mercier Hampton Annual Calendar; Tudor Black Bay.

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    EBay says the speedy pro Dale ends November 20th fyi, even though the pricing appears to still be valid.
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    As long as you have no misconceptions about Jomashop service, rock on.

    They test all watches to 3 atm and scratch the hell out of them in the process.

    You have to know that going in and have other plans for service.

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    Agree with Rob. Based on previous purchases from them, they are not the best when it comes having a quality service center.

    I quit buying from them long ago, regardless of their Flash Sales.
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