Got some pics of my watchco 300 and my LM7.
Okay no worries thanks anyway.
The Spec's on the as yet un named watch currently called project 300
41.75 - 42.00 mmLength47.50 mmCase height13.00 - 14.00 mm (estimate)Case material316L Stainless steelCase qualityCNC machined - same quality level as Paradive (i.e. the highest level we offer)Water resistance200 or 300 meters depending on case designBezel60 or 120 click uni-directional bezel with acrylic inlay.Strap attachmentSpring barsCrystalDouble domed sapphire crsytal with AR coatingon the interior surface onlyCrownDouble gasket screw down crown.MovementElabore grade Rhodium plated ETA 2836-2 or 2824-2 decorated with Geneva stripesLuminous materialBG W9 (white color, blue glow)DialDate and non-date "Big Triangle" dial at a minimumHandsetMk II MOD Swod hands (see LRRP) with new tooling for seconds hand.BraceletSolid link bracelet. We will try for a solid-end link bracelet but our fall back will be a folded-end piece solid link bracelet.
Presale price: $ 1,095.00usd
Watchco various versions at
around 3500au or $3k bucks usd
It is great we have choices !
I think the prices for Watchco type 300's have jumped considerably see here:
3500 AU for a watchco and what is its true WR? no one seems to know how much water this thing can take... you gonna take a watch from the 60s that cost 3k diving? doubt it...snorkeling ah... check that too
there are guys on the omega forum that love these watchcos-as do i but not one of them take the watches swimming
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