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I'm trying to work a deal for a couple (or more watches). He said he would sale me this Omega and a Citizen BL5400-52A [link]
both for $400. So, to me, if it's worth it comes down to cost of repair of the Omega to the value of it repaired. If its not worth getting repaired then I'm paying full retail for a used citizen and a a parts watch.
Thank you. My wife picked it out. Always getting compliments on it.
easy enough to read IMO.. (weird lighting/angle in OPs pic)
and big.. 48mm
Thanks for the reply! I think I'm going to steer clear of the Stuhrling for now. I'm deciding between these two for right now.
Citizen Eco Drive
Well, this is more practical but they come in a vast selection of metal and leather watch straps, so...
I'd rec. a Citizen's Eco Drive (Amazon search for a taste). Solar battery recharge, battery good for 25-30 years, variety of styles (and prices), can be left in the dark for 6 months and will still be powered up and ready to go.
I've worn this daily, shower, ocean, pool since mid 2013 and have had no problems. Will buy something a bit more feminine eventually.
Really a technological tour de force. Eco-Drive Amazon search.
You're not going to get a mechanical chrono in that price range. But I own this Citizen and one of the reasons I like it so much is because it looks similar to the Navitimer.