Omega’s Done It (Bye Rolex) | Watchfinder & Co.



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It’s a bold claim to state that this, the Omega Seamaster Professional 300M 007 Edition is the greatest watch Omega has ever made, but I stand by it. Sure, the notion that the century-and-a-quarter old brand peaked in 2019 is hard to believe, but believe it you should. Here’s why.

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41 comments

  1. anyone that thinks that Omega is going to put a end to ROLEX dominance has not been looking at the watch market a Rolex OP fetching £10,000 plus its not about the watches

  2. If it had no Bond reference I would have bought one in a heartbeat. I opted for the Dark Side of the Moon – Apollo 8 instead. I have to say the titanium bracelet was extremely comfy, faux patina wasn't too overbearing. I had a Digital Bond watch from the Roger Moore era, when I was a kid. I just can't get away from the fact that I would be wearing a watch branded for a fictional character and thus feel slightly childish in doing so. Nice watch Omega, now release a version without the double O.

  3. Why do you compare to Rolex that’s where your problem is Rolex is in the league by itself even though it’s a beautiful watch omega you have to mention Rolex

  4. i bought this watch today, like the look and feel, but was wondering if anyone knows will this will make money in the future or depreciate.

  5. IMO they blew it on one part. The bezel edge. The coin edge is much easier to turn with wet or sweaty fingers. Try it, I did and returned the watch for a coin edge type bezel.

  6. I've lost track of the versions of the Seamaster/ Speedmaster and other Omegas. Atleast with Rolex, it's straightforward. And fiction character free!

  7. Wait, how did a Swiss watch company manage to ship watches across occupied Europe to the UK during WW2?

  8. However, with your close up you can see plenty of flaws on the dial, second hand, seamaster writing, triangle on bezel etc
    Sorry, still got to improve to catch up

  9. yeah but im still buying a Rolex over an Omega. don't matter how much better some watch is quality wise over a Rolex. avg consumers want to flex when they buy designer goods. And brand awareness wise Rolex is king. even when you ask a 15 year old kid or a 90 year old grandma to name a luxury watch and its always a Rolex not an Omega or Patek or AG….

  10. Wonderful watch. I am always astonished at your presentations. The macro photography is brilliant and your commentary is well written and recorded. Congratulations!

  11. Loved for you to review the latest Omega Speedmaster 321. I personally believe it's the best Omega of all time. From a historic perspective to craftsmanship, one can build a case that the new 321 is the best Omega of all time. Loved to hear your take.

  12. I think people don’t understand how difficult titanium is to machine. You usually have to use carbide bits to get good results. And carbide is expensive and breaks easily.

    Sure it’s a lot more expensive, but no other seamasyer looks like this

  13. Handled one of these over the weekend. Handed it back without a second thought. Horrible bracelet fastening – very thick and clumsy. Domed Crystal distorts the tracking.

  14. Lose the bond shit, lose the fake broad arrow, and fit a decent bracelet that’s actually comfy as well as good looking and I’d buy one in a heartbeat…

  15. It’s a nice looking watch but the fake broad arrow and the whole James Bond obsession is childish and ruins it for me.

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