The Arabic numerals themselves ooze vintage cool, with both an open 6 and open 9 type style (a callback to early 1960s Seamasters). In typical Omega fashion, the lume for the numerals, markers, hour, and seconds hand glow blue while the minute hand and bezel pip glow green. Speaking of the seconds hand, you’ll notice the return of the “lollipop” style. This is a Seamaster signature, having been used on the model as far back as the Seamaster 300 CK2913, from 1959 (and more recently, it made an appearance on the “Spectre” limited edition).
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