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    Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    Does anyone own a Speedmaster 3510.52? I understand that it's a limited edition made for japan of the 3510.50 and the difference is that the three subdials are grey/silver. Are they common? I saw a picture of one and really like it and was wondering how difficult it would be to get one. Can anyone provide more info about this particular watch?

    Thanks a lot!

    -Mike

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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey83 View Post
    Does anyone own a Speedmaster 3510.52? I understand that it's a limited edition made for japan of the 3510.50 and the difference is that the three subdials are grey/silver. Are they common? I saw a picture of one and really like it and was wondering how difficult it would be to get one. Can anyone provide more info about this particular watch?

    Thanks a lot!

    -Mike
    From what I can gather (not that much info available), its a limited edition for the Japan market released in 2003, less than 2000 made (some sources say less than 200?).
    I have only seen 3. One posted by another forum member, one sold by a vintage watch specialist, and my own. Size and shape and design is the same as the 3510.50.


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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    Thanks ahhhderrr, you have a beautiful watch. The info was very helpful, I'll keep looking for one.

    Best,
    Mick

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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    I have a 3510.50.00 and I wish I could find this dial. I search ebay regularly, but never saw one for sale.
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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    I just spotted the blue dialed version of this watch:

    H1143 Omega Speedmaster REDUCED Japan Model Automatic Chronograph Only 1500 Made | eBay

    I'm a sucker for a blue dial, and the smaller size would certainly suit me but I think I would regret not getting the Pro.

    Can anyone tell me the thickness of these reduced models (3510.xx) please?
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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    The 3510 is about 12 mm thick.
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    Re: Omega Speedmaster 3510.52.00

    I don't know if you're still looking, but I just stumbled across this thread looking for 3510.52 info. Otto Frei sells the OEM dial for the 3510.52 for $239 that you can fit on a 3510.50. I'm thinking about getting it for my 3510.50 and having my local watchmaker fit it. Here's the link

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