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Vintage Omega Seamaster 145.006

Vintage Omega Seamaster 145.006

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Item Number: 114600
Manufacturer:  Omega
Model Name/Number: Seamaster 145.006-66
Grade: (What's This?) IV- Vintage 
Gender: Men's
Features: Omega 321 manual wind Chronograph movement w/ date, screw-down crown, acrylic crystal
Case: Very good stainless steel (37mm) case which has recently been polished. Omega Hippocampus logo engraved on case back.  
Dial: Very good Black dial with black sub dials and white tachometer minute track. Orange second hand. 
Bracelet: Complimentary leather strap
Box & Papers: Bob's presentation box and Certificate of Authenticity 
Comments: This Omega Seamaster comes w/ Bob's 3-day satisfaction guarantee and one year warranty. According to the Archives of OMEGA, the present was was produced on September 2, 1968 and originally delivered to the United States.

Omega Seamaster - 145.006 - 66

By Paul Altieri,

The Seamaster is easily one of Omegas most popular models. Its connection to James Bond himself and the release of the latest James Bond flick, Spectre 007, has only added to the demand of this incredible timepiece. A divers watch at heart; the Seamaster boasts a resistance to depths of up to 300 meters. Chronograph functions and a Tachymeter ring allow the wearer to calculate speeds and other increments of time, on land or at sea. The steel case offers the perfect contrast for the black dial and orange seconds hands, creating a stand-out statement piece. Within the case beats a manual winding movement for a precise reading.
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DISCLAIMER: All Sell prices are based on watches in good, salable condition in no need of any repair. This item is previously owned. All in-store sales are final and do NOT come with the 3 day return policy. The 3 day return policy is for online sales only. All prices are subject to change depending on market conditions. Advertising: All ads stating that prices are up to a certain percent off pertain to the full retail price of a new watch. For instance, if an ad says "Up To 15% off" this means that our price is up to 15% less than what the full retail price of a new watch would be. All watches are shipped to fit the average size wrist (7 1/4" - 7 1/2" for men and 6 1/4" - 6 1/2" for women). Additional links can be purchased if needed.
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