Casual: Seiko Brightz SAGM001 titanium perpetual calendar with 8F32 high-frequency quartz movement
Business: Credor 9661-5000 SS/14K gold bezel with twin quartz movement
Dress: Antique rolled gold Waltham pocket watch with acid-etched movement
I can't stop looking...
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I always take watches on bracelet if possible, but this type of bracelet on is so bloody ugly and tacky in my eyes. It ruins this watch for me which I otherwise like very much. If they only had it on a speedmaster style bracelet ... I never understood why they changed from speedmaster type bracelet to this in the first place.
It would also be business-wise better to develop a collection of a few bracelet types, characteristic for the brand and make them available to their lineup of watches. While this would be more economical it would also be easyer to comprehend for the consumer, look classier and not all over the place. Instead they now practically have a unique design for every line of models. I mean - it shouldn't be that difficult: the have watches with lyre and straight lugs. Do a couple of designs based on the speedmaster bracelet tweaked to look good on one and the other type of lugs and a bead-of-riceier type of bracelet and have the widths and end lugs ready for consumer to choose. And never ever resurrect this atrocity.
Anyone out there have older Seamaster/Planet Ocean with 20MM bracelet, and newest Seamaster 2018/19 model and can do a bracelet swap and confirm compatibility?
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Do the waves on the white dial give the watch a different look at various angles like they provide on the black and blue dial
Shouldn't these be delivered to stores soon? Cannot wait to see it in the metal.
Found this picture on Instagram. Dated two days ago. Pretty sweet.
I like it, but I'd like it a lot better if the Seamaster wordmark and the tip of the second hand were done in black (or blue).
- Omega Speedmaster "FOIS" 3220.127.116.11.01.001 #89XX