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PostSubject: Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection   Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection Icon_minitimeSat Jan 13, 2018 2:34 pm

Guys, did you see the sneak preview of Omega's Seamaster Olympic Games
Collection yet? Looks like it's set to be unveiled during Basel this year. With
the new watches celebrating the Olympics, along with Omega's 86 years,
and 27 times they have been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games.

Looks like the five new watches are done in colors of the Olympic rings, and
include black, yellow, green, blue, and red. On top of that, they are evidently
inspired by stopwatches that were used in 1976 in Montreal, and Innsbruck
too by Omega.

With these new watches having 39.5mm stainless steel cases, AR coated sapphire
crystals, and display backs with cool aluminum rings showing the past Olympic
cities, and dates, domed black dials with the Olympic colors, luminescent hands,
and markers, pulse reader, and black, yellow, green, blue, or red perforated leather
straps, and Omega's caliber 35 jewel 8800 there behind everything.

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PostSubject: Re: Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection   Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection Icon_minitimeSun Jan 14, 2018 7:49 pm

Wow these are very well done and understated for Olympic watches. Just need to sell some stuff to buy one!!

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PostSubject: Re: Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection   Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection Icon_minitimeMon Jan 15, 2018 2:32 pm

sixtysix wrote:
Wow these are very well done and understated for Olympic watches. Just need to sell some stuff to buy one!!


Yeah, you're so right Gary ! Omega's new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection 803574 These watches catch your eye, but do it in a subtle way. All while
somehow being incredibly cool, and dynamic. ..They have to be some of the nicest looking Olympic
watches ever really, and look like some awesome additions to the Seamaster collection too !

P.S. Gary, would just hold onto your watches, and enjoy the pictures of these. lol!

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