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    Omega Seamaster Professional 300m 2531.80 (original Bond) watch

    I'm putting up my Seamaster for sale. This is the original Omega "Bond" watch with blue dial and bezel. It uses the automatic Omega Calibre 1120 movement. I've been the only owner since 2007. I wore it as my daily for 4-5 years until I started expanding to other watches. I didn't abuse it, but I didn't baby it either. It has held up exceptionally well. Two years ago I had it serviced and polished by my local watchmaker and I haven't taken it out of the box since except to take its pictures. It's in terrific shape with nary a mark on it.

    The original box and cards are included, along with a couple of extra links and a receipt from Omega when I sent it in for warranty work. I'm selling to fund an Aqua Terra.

    $1600 via Paypal, shipped free to the lower 48.

    Pics here:
    https://imgur.com/a/XXZtwlK

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    awesome watch. Sweet to see the other Bond watches on the forum. glws!

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    Hot damn that's a nice looking watch. Someone please buy this before I second guess myself.

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    handsome watch.

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    Thanks for the compliments. I'm hoping it finds a good home. I've priced it pretty low for the condition and the fact that it comes with the extra links and all of its docs. It's way out of line with the prices on Chrono24, though. The "very good" condition watches start at $1700 for a scratched up model and quickly shoot over $2k. You can sometimes score one on ebay for similar price, but you're trading off on documentation or condition, both of which are important for a good Swiss watch. I can see this watch holding its value or appreciating due to its significance with the James Bond franchise. (Warning: it is this reason that has me wanting to go straight to my Snoopy Speedmaster that is now teetering around $10k since it has only gone up in value!)

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    Jeesh, this is a beautiful watch...


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    It better be for $25k!

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