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topcat30093

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  1. You could try contacting Stephen at Ryte Time who are based in Leicester. He did a service on one of my vintage Seiko's (6139-6002) http://www.rytetimewatchrepairs.co.uk/ Regards Tony
  2. Thank you for your replies, it looks like I shall to make contact with one of the Boutiques. Regards Tony
  3. Can I please ask if any UK member knows of any AD that currently has the new 45.5mm Omega Planet Ocean Chronograph with the dark dial & bezel in their stock? I do know that the Omega Boutiques have them in stock, but have not been able to locate one at any of the AD's that I know. I would very much appreciate any help that you can provide. If you do know of any could I please ask, if possible, that you send me an email to: tony@tony30093.plus.com Thank you Regards Tony
  4. I have a 6 3/4 inch wrist and I wear the new 45.5mm POC on a rubber strap. Yes it is big and chunky, but I think it looks absolutely fabulous on the wrist. :)
  5. Congratulations on your new addition. I too recently bought a POC.
  6. Black dial with or without the orange 12, though I do give the slight edge to the orange 12. But the biggest bonus for me over the orange dial, is the fact that the bezel on the black is ceramic rather then aluminum.
  7. Thanks Desmond. You are not the only collector, who has pointed out the price! I shall research your suggestion.
  8. From 1958. And have been scouring all the usual haunts! I was made aware of the site below and would appreciate any feed back on the two pieces from the aforementioned year. One is an Omega Seamaster Calendar Gold 1958 priced at £730.00 http://www.allvintagewatches.com/vin...dar-gold-1958/ And the other is an Omega Seamaster Automatic 14k Gold Filled 1958 priced at £930.00 http://www.allvintagewatches.com/vin...k-gold-filled/
  9. Thanks for the link. I enjoyed watching it. Didn't realise that there were so many amazing ways to tell the time :)
  10. You could try contacting Stephen at Ryte Time who are based in Leicester. He did a service on one of my vintage Seiko's (6139-6002) http://www.rytetimewatchrepairs.co.uk/ Regards Tony
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