VIDEO: Most important Omegas from Baselworld 2017

VIDEO: Most important Omegas from Baselworld 2017

Postby Racer-X » April 20th 2017, 4:34pm

by Felix Scholz "Most of the Basel buzz around Omega has focused on the very excellent (and likely very hard to get) Trilogy limited editions – and rightly so. But these three spot-on reissues represent only a fraction of Omega’s 2017 c0llection, which is jam-packed full of new variants and completely new models appearing across their key collections. Not only do we have new versions of the Speedmaster and a revamped Aqua Terra 150m, but there’s a completely new regular production Railmaster and a particularly bold Planet Ocean that goes by the name of “Big Blue”. In short, there’s something for everybody."

Article at Time and Tide

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Re: VIDEO: Most important Omegas from Baselworld 2017

Postby TemerityB » April 20th 2017, 7:28pm

I must be nuts. I was impressed with every one of those the models ...yet, I find myself preferring older models, particularly the Aqua Terra. Nothing wrong with this one - I'm just a fan of the existing ones.
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