My sapphire sandwich.
My sapphire sandwich.
Omega Speedmaster Professional 'Sapphire Sandwich'
Alain Silberstein Krono Alarm 2
Raymond Weil Tosca
Citizen Eco-Drive Modena
Citizen Digi Ana
Come on guys, post pics of your Gold Speedys!! Please !!
My first post here, and my first Omega. I am so happy with this watch. I can't stop looking at it.
On a NATO strap
Davide - Rome - Italy
Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.
It looks great with that strap.
Glad to join the club!
This is my first post here, I just discovered the forum, so thanks for having me
I have never really been a "watch" guy. About a year ago, when searching for a 30th birthday present for myself, I gave long thought to a nice watch - but also a nice watch that I could wear every day without too much fear of it being damaged, scratched or stop working. I settled without too much trouble on the Speedmaster - I am an Aerospace Engineer and the history, pedigree and construction of this particular watch very much appealed to me. The decision was made, and down I went to my local reputable jewler to make the purchase of a brand new Speedy. Here is my Speedmaster. It's just a "stock" standard model, nothing special, but it is a special one for me.
Apologies for the average photography - this is my first time photographing watches! Oh, and you will note some wear and tear - like I said, I wear this watch everyday (and love it to death).
I have found that I have now also become interested in some of the older model Omegas from the 50s / 60s (Seamaster, Constellation, Cosmic etc) as these seem quite elegant and relatively cheap (relative to the cost of a new watch, that is). I have my first 60s era Connie and a 50s era Speedmaster on the way as we speak, and I am hoping to use this fine forum to help educate myself before making some more purchases. I think this watch thing may be contagious!
I'm new to WUS and would like to join this thread with my '03 Speedie Auto Reduced 3510.50.00. It is a great watch and in my humble opinion doesn't deserve to be treated as inferior by hardcore Pro owners. I tend to see it as a completely individual watch with its own "soul". It sits on my small wrist perfectly and doesn't catch too much attention. I know it never made it to the Moon but who cares ;) Sorry for any English imperfections, I live in the Czech Republic.
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