On the wrist, this was is just flat-out awesome. It definitely has more diamonds than I typically wear, but it doesn’t read as feminine or dainty at all, even with the 32.5mm. It doesn’t look small on the wrist above, does it? There’s something very glamorous and rock-star about it, probably due to the of the diamonds. They feel sized to the width of the bezel and the of the watch, rather than having been thought about independently and been made to work regardless. The Tiffany stamp balances nicely with the Omega logo and signature too (not always the with double signatures). Finally, one of my things about this watch is how it shows its age. There are some scratches in the running seconds sub-dial at six o’clock, the dial has a few other markings, and the case isn’t crazy shiny. It feels like a worn watch that you might find at an estate sale, not something that’s been treated like a relic.
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