Case in point, the “Big Triangle” Seamaster 300 from Omega. They might not be at the top of every Instagram feed, but it’s still unquestionably one of the coolest tool watches of all time, fit with all the legibility-maximizing fixings of another era. While the case may be two millimeters larger, I find these to wear quite similarly to maxi dial Ref. 5513 Submariners – roughly affording the same sort of feel on the wrist, but with a slightly more antiquated edge thanks to the bakelite bezel. No, it’s not a Submariner, but it’s still not undervalued, under-appreciated, or overlooked in collecting circles. You’re looking at an absolutely world-class watch, and you better believe it.
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