Just for 2019? I'd like to see the DeVille line either get a little love or get cancelled altogether. It's just hanging out there.
For the future: thinner movements, in thinner cases, all across the line. The 9300 movement is a marvel, but the Speedmasters they're putting them in are colossal. Rolex, Zenith, etc, can manage to make thin chronos, why not Omega? As another poster already said, Omega looks like they're up-sizing when the general trend is for smaller, thinner pieces.
Panerai | Omega | Jörg Schauer | Grand Seiko | Cartier | Hamilton | G-ShockDo you like to have a good time? Then you need a good watch.
- Robert "Rocky" Balboa
Well, you did say hoping for, so:
This, but in Titanium or Stainless steel, in 39.5 not 44.0 and with Planet Ocean hands. This would be a killer watch.
(not my pic)
I could stop buying watches, but I'm no quitter.
Rolex Submariner Ceramic ND 114060.
Grand Seiko SBGN001G GMT.
Omega Aqua Terra 8500.
Omega Planet Ocean 8800.
Omega Speedmaster 1863.
I've heard descriptions as "gold accents" and "two tone", scares me a bit, don't normally like two tone pieces. Was hoping it would be similar to the 40th anniversary but with a gold subdial instead of the silver.
yet waitting for a larger an updated reeditioj on the Omega Speedmaster Automatic MK40
would be happy with a Seamaster chronograph 176.007 too
39.5mm GMT would be great.
Are they supposed to make their new product announcements this coming week?
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