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Omega Men's Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Watch £2,880 at Ernest Jones
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Omega Men's Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Watch £2,880 at Ernest Jones

£2,880£4,14030%Ernest Jones Deals
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Posted 27th OctEdited by:"Stimmt"

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Good reduction from £4,140. Use code EXTRA10 and it comes down to £2,880. Lovely watch which I’d love but can’t really afford(even at this discount) :-(
Same deal available on the blue strapped version too:
ernestjones.co.uk/web…ch/
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I know it's a good watch, but I'm not a fan of watches where the numbers are too central on the dial, it looks like a small movement has been put in a large watch and they've designed the face to try and hide that with a wide second track around the outside.
Brandon_Land27/10/2019 11:44

Because its limited would this be a investment ?


Not sure omega sell many watches that aren’t limited editions anymore

I’d suggest not buying watches as an investment. Rolex is typically the value gain brand, but the bubble will surely burst.

Rather than looking for investment, I’d suggest finding a watch you love and will wear regularly, that also has decent value retention. The value retention factor is important not because you should aim to profit, but rather because your tastes may change over time. Within the Omega line up a speedmaster is a great bet in my eyes, but of course buy what you like. Rolex steel models (at RRP) and Tudor (particularly BB) are also the quite safe choices.

The exception to the investment rule would be around vintage watches, but you really need to know your stuff to do well in that space. It’s so very easy to pick up a watch that’s not completely original etc. I certainly don’t know enough to play in that game!
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Love the look!
I know it's a good watch, but I'm not a fan of watches where the numbers are too central on the dial, it looks like a small movement has been put in a large watch and they've designed the face to try and hide that with a wide second track around the outside.
Very nice watch. I have to say, Omegas are nice watches but they are on sale so often that I dont think I would ever pay close to RRP for one.
Regprentice27/10/2019 11:18

I know it's a good watch, but I'm not a fan of watches where the numbers …I know it's a good watch, but I'm not a fan of watches where the numbers are too central on the dial, it looks like a small movement has been put in a large watch and they've designed the face to try and hide that with a wide second track around the outside.


Wow. That is very technical. Spoken like a true horologist. Dead impressive.
Nice review here:
monochrome-watches.com/ome…ce/

These are limited editions (2,032 of each design) and the face design is based on the Olympic stopwatches from the 1976 games.
I think it's always best to buy a watch on a bracelet as straps are much cheaper to buy separately. When you (with me inevitably) decide you want a bracelet it costs a fortune.
Bought 6 for ebay…
Because its limited would this be a investment ?
Love omega but this looks a cheapo no brand to my eyes. Soz
Brandon_Land27/10/2019 11:44

Because its limited would this be a investment ?


Not with an Omega. Of course, you could buy it because you like it though.....
Brandon_Land27/10/2019 11:44

Because its limited would this be a investment ?


Not sure omega sell many watches that aren’t limited editions anymore

I’d suggest not buying watches as an investment. Rolex is typically the value gain brand, but the bubble will surely burst.

Rather than looking for investment, I’d suggest finding a watch you love and will wear regularly, that also has decent value retention. The value retention factor is important not because you should aim to profit, but rather because your tastes may change over time. Within the Omega line up a speedmaster is a great bet in my eyes, but of course buy what you like. Rolex steel models (at RRP) and Tudor (particularly BB) are also the quite safe choices.

The exception to the investment rule would be around vintage watches, but you really need to know your stuff to do well in that space. It’s so very easy to pick up a watch that’s not completely original etc. I certainly don’t know enough to play in that game!
Not keen on the look of this watch. I'm sure many buying seamasters buy the "James Bond" watch - and this looks nothing like it. Much prefer my Speedmaster 57.

Think of an expensive watch as a piece of jewellery that you like to wear rather than as an overpriced time keeping device.
Edited by: "monkeyhanger75" 27th Oct
monkeyhanger7527/10/2019 13:30

Not keen on the look of this watch. I'm sure many buying seamasters buy …Not keen on the look of this watch. I'm sure many buying seamasters buy the "James Bond" watch - and this looks nothing like it. Much prefer my Speedmaster 57.Think of an expensive watch as a piece of jewellery that you like to wear rather than as an overpriced time keeping device.


Personally I really like it - but everyone has their own opinion obviously. I think it would wear quite nicely on the wrist as it’s only 39.5mm diameter, unlike a lot of watches these days that look ridiculously huge on the wrist.
Stimmt27/10/2019 13:54

Personally I really like it - but everyone has their own opinion …Personally I really like it - but everyone has their own opinion obviously. I think it would wear quite nicely on the wrist as it’s only 39.5mm diameter, unlike a lot of watches these days that look ridiculously huge on the wrist.


Maybe it’s the wrists that are too small for the watches?
Stimmt27/10/2019 13:54

Personally I really like it - but everyone has their own opinion …Personally I really like it - but everyone has their own opinion obviously. I think it would wear quite nicely on the wrist as it’s only 39.5mm diameter, unlike a lot of watches these days that look ridiculously huge on the wrist.



Personally, I find it boring at first I thought they'd accidentally put a black and white image on their website.
At least the blue one looks a little more interesting
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You would look like a right dick if you took this into the sea on a dive. lol

Really not a dive watch, so why the name?
It also looks like a £10 ebay job. Very bad from Omega, hence the sale because they are just not selling.
It does not even have a timing bezel, not exactly their finest hour ( puns )
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 27th Oct
Comes in a lovley presentation box
Could be a good investment this watch
Cunning-Stunts27/10/2019 15:01

You would look like a right dick if you took this into the sea on a dive. …You would look like a right dick if you took this into the sea on a dive. lolReally not a dive watch, so why the name?It also looks like a £10 ebay job. Very bad from Omega, hence the sale because they are just not selling.



I think it's a 'looking at the sea' watch
Actually, I hadn't noticed but it's automatic, so that's automatically collectable to some
Cunning-Stunts27/10/2019 15:01

You would look like a right dick if you took this into the sea on a dive. …You would look like a right dick if you took this into the sea on a dive. lolReally not a dive watch, so why the name?It also looks like a £10 ebay job. Very bad from Omega, hence the sale because they are just not selling.


To be fair, every watch doesn't have to look like a classic diver. You can't judge the quality of the watch off a photo - I guarantee you that there would be no mistaking this watch for a "£10 ebay job" if you had it in your hand.

khalifazed27/10/2019 15:05

Comes in a lovley presentation boxCould be a good investment this watch


Don't buy this as an investment, you won't do well on it. Buy it if you like it and want to wear it.

See my previous post if you're interested in my thoughts.
Don't like the look of this at all, have to agree it looks like a cheaper watch. Good size though and at least it has a date!

I'll stick to my 17 year old Schumacher Speedmaster which HAS appreciated in value - but it's NOT for sale!
It looks like a £12 kiddies Timex watch on the photo. Will look bigger than a kiddies watch in real life.
There is a few ways to get this cheaper than the OPs final price, but will go try it on to see what the watch is like first to wear
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