While searching an Omega as my first vintage watch: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f11/hel...h-4684935.html, this UG came up to me the other day on Chrono24. I did a quick research and thought it was legit. The "FS" on the case back stands for Ferrovie dello Stato which is State Railways in Italian? Meaning this piece was probably worn on the wrist of an Italian railways employee back in 1960s.
I really like the simple look and the little story behind. The price was a little over 200 euros, so I thought it would be a good start for my recently developed love about vintage watches. The watch arrived yesterday and I just love it. Since I was afraid of overwinding the watch, I only did a quick check on whether its operational or not. The watch was accurate in my first day of wearing it, I did not remember the seconds but the difference was within a minute for sure. I just gave it a full wind and will give a more accurate test later. Just can't wait to share my happiness here . Here are some quick pictures I snapped yesterday:
And this is the movement picture of the original listing, it says "recently serviced" in the description part. Do I need to get it serviced?