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    New models in the flesh

    https://youtu.be/J4zCEizeWs8


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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Thanks for sharing. Looks like not much has changed in their line. I really love how Omega sticks very close to their true and original designs, but just tries to improve upon their looks and designs. They have made leaps and bounds in their movements and incorporated some great tech. I do not like that fact that the Helium Release Valve has that conical shape. I also am not a fan of these new full ceramic pushers. I have the 2017/18 issue of the PO Seamaster Chrono and I love the watch. Just pretty much perfect in every way. Its too bad he does not speak much on the movements and if there have been any new developments made to them at all.
    Nevertheless I do love the brand over my other watches out there and that Setna Gold one with the black bezel is just to die for! WOW SO MUCH WANT!
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Omega View Post
    WOW SO MUCH WANT!
    Tell me about it! lol


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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Can't get over how cool the new gold speedy is!
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Thanks.
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Appreciate the post!
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    Thanks for sharing this!
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    thanks for sharing. Omega did well this year.
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    Re: New models in the flesh

    No new Aqua Terra except for the Worldtimer! Somehow I am a bit happy! My AT remains the 'most recent' version!
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