Omega Seamaster

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Omega Seamaster

Post by Ofcmark » October 11th 2023, 6:58pm

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While I was at a local Jeweler picking up some links for my watch I found this in the preowned section. I don’t know enough about Omega to make a judgment, but it looked to be in pretty decent shape. There asking $3250 so I thought I post some photos and see what you guys thought. Model #253180
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Re: Omega Seamaster

Post by jason_recliner » October 11th 2023, 7:14pm

I'm no expert but it's an older one with printed indices. 2892-based movement, so smooth and reliable. Seems like a lot to me for a used watch but depends on your personal circumstances. I had a Ti version of similar age and absolutely loved it. Really wish I'd kept it.
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Re: Omega Seamaster

Post by 3Flushes » October 12th 2023, 6:09pm

The price is on the higher end of the price range. Consider its service history as a soon to be required tune up would make the watch too expensive IMO. Any warranty or right of return offered by the jeweler is also a consideration. Service costs may be a good tool to negotiate a discount - they certainly have room to deal at that price.
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