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Underneath the ohm symbol...

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Greetings TRF,

Here we have a beautiful 1976 (or thereabout) Omega Seamaster with the reference number ST 366.0848, something that was passed down to me by one of my mentors in Gotham. This thread is dedicated to him.

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If you flip this watch, you will find its bracelet and clasp...

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...As well as its caseback with the classic Seamaster logo.

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Now once you pop it...

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...Well...let's not even try to describe it. Rather, allow me to show it to you...

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Omega's caliber 1020, an automatic movement with day and date indicators!

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The hairspring...I always need to take a picture of it. Boy am I glad this one's shock protection device has an incabloc spring, it's much easier to work on those...

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It's more difficult to take pictures of an automatic watch's movement because of the rotor but I still managed to find a few good things to shoot.

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The logo on the rotor is very subtle, just a very fine little detail that makes it look nice!

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...And some other pictures!

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Thank you for watching, feel free to comment!

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