Yes, if you can’t tell, I love this watch. This is how blue-chip brands should do re-editions – update and upsize the case while keeping the same proportions, make subtle dial changes that reflect only what is necessary (in this case, the Omega Caliber 9300 is a bi-register chronograph with date at 6, so obviously that must be reflected on the dial), and give you the look of a vintage watch without all the hassle. This watch is a killer, and I expect it to sell very, very well. Pricing of the last Speedmaster ’57 was around $8,500, so I expect this to be the same.
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