Diving Into The Omega Seamaster 300
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With the heavy media focus on the Moonwatch and the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 this year, you could be forgiven for thinking that Omega produce nothing but manual wind chronographs, and that the only exploration they have been involved with required rockets and spacesuits. Equally, glancing at the ongoing surge in vintage, and limited edition modern Speedmaster prices, it seems that some collectors feel that if it wasn’t on the wrist of Aldrin, Armstrong, or Collins (or related to a watch they wore), that it’s not really worth hunting down. Pure lunacy. Today’s guest has pushed through the Moonwatch phase of his collecting madness, and donned mask, flippers, and snorkel, to explore the depths of Omega’s vast vintage catalogue. His focus pulled from Omega watches that splashed down into the ocean on the wrists of engineers, scientists and explorers, to Omega watches that went deep under the oceans surface on the wrists of engineers, scientists, and explorers. Horological tools that couldn’t be more different. Although those cases do look incredibly similar... Head to https://www.time4apint.com/podcast/the-time-4a-pint-podcast-episode-51 for pictures and show notes. If you're enjoying the Time 4A Pint Podcast and would like to support the creation of new episodes, you can buy me a virtual pint on Ko-Fi, and help to keep the conversations flowing - https://ko-fi.com/time4apint Credit to https://soundcloud.com/cityfires for the use of https://soundcloud.com/cityfires/map-of-time-creative-commons
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