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    i also got a new Omega today Geoff

    120-xxxxxx.jpg120-2.jpgbut you know me , its not new !! mid 70's 120m - wanted one for awhile -cal1342 -case 196.0200 -black face , white markers- lume still great -love the style

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    Fantastic!
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    Very nice! Love the integrated bracelet.
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    Nice! The indices look just like the ones on my FOIS.

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    Nice, has something of the Royal Oak about it
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    Beautiful, Shameless. Enjoy!
    Last edited by JAGtime; Feb 7, 2015 at 06:36 PM.

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    thankyou all boys [and Jane] -much appreciated when a vintage watch choice is admired -as to your observation Marko -ithat has been said about this Omega but not so odd when you understand the AP designer Gerald Genta , also designed Seamaster and Constellation Omega models prior to AP

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    Quote Originally Posted by shameless View Post
    Gerald Genta , also designed Seamaster and Constellation Omega models prior to AP

    Didn't he also do some work for Bulova?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Didn't he also do some work for Bulova?
    don't know about that Scott but a busy boy - the Royal Oak - the Nautilus- VC -IWC - certainly
    as regards a similarity [except in price ]120-xxxxxx.jpgjumbo1978.jpg

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    I've never known why Omega didn't use the Speedy style dial more often. It's the absolute epitome of clarity. Good call!

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