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    What do you think of this Omega?

    This is a bit different from Omega, what are your thoughts? Screen shot taken from the Omega Facebook page. One thing is for sure, its a big name!

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    I like the strap

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    I think Seahawks fans will really like it.

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    As usual, I have to see it in person. Wouldn't choose that strap color combo, though.

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    I like it
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    I like it, something reminds me of the big blue.
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    That watch is the go' shizzle! Got to play with one over Christmas and it's probably top of the ani digi list for me.


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    To me its a whole lot of money to be spending on a splash of color wear with jeans and t shirt type of watch. I do like it but its just not versatile enough to be worn with much else but very casual attire. If you have the money to other Omegas for more dressed scenarios then lucky you but I need more versatility. The other thing is that Natos do not last forever before they can look a bit worse for wear so how much would OMega be as asking for that Nato?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CamB View Post
    To me its a whole lot of money to be spending on a splash of color wear with jeans and t shirt type of watch. I do like it but its just not versatile enough to be worn with much else but very casual attire. If you have the money to other Omegas for more dressed scenarios then lucky you but I need more versatility. The other thing is that Natos do not last forever before they can look a bit worse for wear so how much would OMega be as asking for that Nato?
    I do like it though!
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    I have a real aversion to spending more than G-Shock money on something that has similar functions to a G-Shock.

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