Before you jump to conclusions, no, this isn’t one of those watches that’s just a pretty face, as it’s got the mechanical brains to back up the aesthetic brawn, too. Beneath the screw down caseback of the watch, you’ll find a Lemania 15TL, which was also fitted inside Omegas as the Cal. 33.3. This is by all means a top tier column wheel caliber, and one that I’d be proud to wear on my wrist. Between the condition of the watch, the rarity of the configuration, and the high grade of all its components, there’s a bunch to get excited about.
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