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Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Watch £3130@Watch Obsession
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Omega Speedmaster Professional Moon Watch £3130@Watch Obsession

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Posted 17th Jan 2019

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Normal Price £3,680.
One of the most iconic watches of all time.
Comes in a special presentation box includes velcro strap, nato strap, strap changing tool, book and paper weight.
Model (311.30.42.30.01.005).
42mm.
Chronograph.
Calibre 1861 (Hand wound), 48 hr power reserve.
Hesalite crystal.
50m water res.
5-Year Manufacturer's International Warranty.
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Never heard of this brand - better stick with the pulsar or casio.
batemansxxxb17/01/2019 16:58

£2825 on ebay Watchfindersuk


Presented on a leather strap, try forking out for an Omega bracelet.
coolio2817/01/2019 18:24

Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or P …Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or Patek Phillipe?


I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never get rid of it, to much sentimental value.


Patek Phillips, who's he?

But seriously, you quote Rolex and Patek Phillipe like they're the only luxury brands out their. Rolex I don't like, never have as I like a larger diameter. The Yacht Master ok is big enough but Fugly as hell.

Rolex are not as high brow as people think, though demand for them is high.

Patek Phillipe, has some nice but silly money watches. I like the Nautilus, nearly bought one for a great price a few years ago, but couldn't get back to the UK in time.

You say Omega's will be worth zilch. I've sold 3 in the last year all for more than I paid. An older 41.5mm Seamaster chronograph, I bought used for £800 and sold it on EBay for £1500. I had an early version of the watch on this post again I bought used for £700 and got £900 in return. The third one was a 70's seamaster 300hz, bought a new old stock from Italy for £250 and sold for £500.

So when you say they won't be worth anything, is that your expert opinion.
LOUGHBORO.GUY4 m ago

Gorgeous


Wow..you dont just look at women then!!
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Gorgeous
£2825 on ebay Watchfindersuk
LOUGHBORO.GUY4 m ago

Gorgeous


Wow..you dont just look at women then!!
batemansxxxb9 m ago

£2825 on ebay Watchfindersuk


Leather strap Vs Steel bracelet
batemansxxxb17/01/2019 16:58

£2825 on ebay Watchfindersuk


Presented on a leather strap, try forking out for an Omega bracelet.
I won't vote, that doesn't look much off. I've bought a 3 Omegas in the last 30 days. Each one I've managed to get around 20% off. I find the RRP which is what you pay at the Omega Boutiques, is easily beaten by authorised independent dealers.

As I said I won't vote, 15% isn't a bad discount, but I think you will be able to get something better.
Bargain....bought 12
Not a bad price for a REAL omega moonwatch, you can normally get good discount on the not so popular watches, but this is a true iconic watch
peter1969uk7 m ago

I won't vote, that doesn't look much off. I've bought a 3 Omegas in the …I won't vote, that doesn't look much off. I've bought a 3 Omegas in the last 30 days. Each one I've managed to get around 20% off. I find the RRP which is what you pay at the Omega Boutiques, is easily beaten by authorised independent dealers.As I said I won't vote, 15% isn't a bad discount, but I think you will be able to get something better.


That’s very impressive
bigbaz9 m ago

Presented on a leather strap, try forking out for an Omega bracelet.


Don't know about Omega leather straps but the manufacturer wants £750 for a replacement for my timepiece.
onthelook17/01/2019 17:14

Not a bad price for a REAL omega moonwatch, you can normally get good …Not a bad price for a REAL omega moonwatch, you can normally get good discount on the not so popular watches, but this is a true iconic watch


Maybe, maybe not... the "Real" Moonwatch
Never heard of this brand - better stick with the pulsar or casio.
peter1969uk17/01/2019 17:10

I won't vote, that doesn't look much off. I've bought a 3 Omegas in the …I won't vote, that doesn't look much off. I've bought a 3 Omegas in the last 30 days. Each one I've managed to get around 20% off. I find the RRP which is what you pay at the Omega Boutiques, is easily beaten by authorised independent dealers.As I said I won't vote, 15% isn't a bad discount, but I think you will be able to get something better.


Which dealers should I be going to?

Looking at Omega Planet Ocean or Speedmaster, Tag Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 or possibly a Rolex of some description. Are there some dealers better than others and which are best for discounts?
darecy17/01/2019 17:20

Never heard of this brand - better stick with the pulsar or casio.


ZX800017/01/2019 17:20

Maybe, maybe not... the "Real" Moonwatch


Very informative video, guess I’ll save my money for the REAL thing
HaroFreestyler17/01/2019 17:21

Which dealers should I be going to?Looking at Omega Planet Ocean or …Which dealers should I be going to?Looking at Omega Planet Ocean or Speedmaster, Tag Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 or possibly a Rolex of some description. Are there some dealers better than others and which are best for discounts?

I've bought in different places, I bought a Seamster 44mm chronograph from Jamieson & Carry, I managed to get that for £3400 usually £4000, I think I could have gotten a bit more, but he also knocked £400 of a used Brietling I bought at the same time.

I bought a Speedster Mark ii from Frazer Heart in the Trafford Center, that was £2860 instead of the normal £4100.

Also a New but discontinued 44mm Aquaterra, but bought that from a Catwiki Auction, £2400 with the full 5 year warranty. I looked at the same watch in an Omega dealership in Munich Airport and they were asking 5500 Euros for the same watch.

I know some of it is luck, right time and right place but you can get good deals out there.

However no more watches for me for a while. I've also bought a Luminor Navy Seal, and Seiko Chrono with the Pepsi dial.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 17th Jan 2019
darecy16 m ago

Never heard of this brand - better stick with the pulsar or casio.


LOL! and look who made #1 comment
So tempted but i have been holding out for a Seamaster Aqua Terra golf edition as it is a bit different and no way can I justify both
howbord17/01/2019 17:42

So tempted but i have been holding out for a Seamaster Aqua Terra golf …So tempted but i have been holding out for a Seamaster Aqua Terra golf edition as it is a bit different and no way can I justify both


Buy the Aqua Terra.
You should see the box in a box in a box this comes in plus all the toys you get with it. The way its all presented is a sight to behold.
A bit cheeky of Omega to put such a low WR on the watch. 😞
freakstyler17/01/2019 17:52

You should see the box in a box in a box this comes in plus all the toys …You should see the box in a box in a box this comes in plus all the toys you get with it. The way its all presented is a sight to behold.


It could be argued that gimmicks are added to increase the chances of a sale from easily impressed individuals. I’d be more concerned with the watch itself than the bits that come with it.
£2995 on Hackett watches
coldpop17/01/2019 17:52

A bit cheeky of Omega to put such a low WR on the watch. 😞


Same as original, no water on the moon. Who in their right mind swims in a £3k+ watch(divers excluded).
njl3038 m ago

Very informative video, guess I’ll save my money for the REAL thing


Don’ tell me how it ends, I’ve watched the first 2mins 30seconds I’m saving the rest for another day. Very excited to see how it ends
Thanks, bought 40 for eBay. Wait till the misses finds out what I've been spending our honeymoon money on! HotUKDeals and the temptation!!!
Edited by: "sAmeri" 17th Jan 2019
HaroFreestyler57 m ago

Which dealers should I be going to?Looking at Omega Planet Ocean or …Which dealers should I be going to?Looking at Omega Planet Ocean or Speedmaster, Tag Heuer Carrera Calibre 16 or possibly a Rolex of some description. Are there some dealers better than others and which are best for discounts?


We buy a lot from Gibraltar. UK postage and no import charges. They don't have all brands but they are authorised for some decent ones.

cohenandmassias.com
Edited by: "windym" 17th Jan 2019
peter1969uk17/01/2019 17:32

I've bought in different places, I bought a Seamster 44mm chronograph from …I've bought in different places, I bought a Seamster 44mm chronograph from Jamieson & Carry, I managed to get that for £3400 usually £4000, I think I could have gotten a bit more, but he also knocked £400 of a used Brietling I bought at the same time. I bought a Speedster Mark ii from Frazer Heart in the Trafford Center, that was £2860 instead of the normal £4100.Also a New but discontinued 44mm Aquaterra, but bought that from a Catwiki Auction, £2400 with the full 5 year warranty. I looked at the same watch in an Omega dealership in Munich Airport and they were asking 5500 Euros for the same watch.I know some of it is luck, right time and right place but you can get good deals out there.However no more watches for me for a while. I've also bought a Luminor Navy Seal, and Seiko Chrono with the Pepsi dial.


Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch.

Have you got a Rolex or Patek Phillipe?
A more affordable "Moon" watch is available from Bulova
I'm so rich that I bought one of these for my girlfriends husband.
coolio2817/01/2019 18:24

Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or P …Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or Patek Phillipe?


Not everyone buys watches for their future value. Some people just buy stuff they like.....
bigbaz17/01/2019 17:59

Same as original, no water on the moon. Who in their right mind swims in a …Same as original, no water on the moon. Who in their right mind swims in a £3k+ watch(divers excluded).


I swim in whatever watch I’m wearing. Who’s going to wear this on the moon?
andyb8317/01/2019 18:45

Not everyone buys watches for their future value. Some people just buy …Not everyone buys watches for their future value. Some people just buy stuff they like.....


Yeah I keep hearing that but why would you spend that much on a watch will have zero value when you can buy a Rolex which most would admit is a pretty watch and holds it value.

Maybe I’m being cynical
coolio2817/01/2019 18:24

Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or P …Again these “luxury” watches will be worth zilch. Have you got a Rolex or Patek Phillipe?


I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never get rid of it, to much sentimental value.


Patek Phillips, who's he?

But seriously, you quote Rolex and Patek Phillipe like they're the only luxury brands out their. Rolex I don't like, never have as I like a larger diameter. The Yacht Master ok is big enough but Fugly as hell.

Rolex are not as high brow as people think, though demand for them is high.

Patek Phillipe, has some nice but silly money watches. I like the Nautilus, nearly bought one for a great price a few years ago, but couldn't get back to the UK in time.

You say Omega's will be worth zilch. I've sold 3 in the last year all for more than I paid. An older 41.5mm Seamaster chronograph, I bought used for £800 and sold it on EBay for £1500. I had an early version of the watch on this post again I bought used for £700 and got £900 in return. The third one was a 70's seamaster 300hz, bought a new old stock from Italy for £250 and sold for £500.

So when you say they won't be worth anything, is that your expert opinion.
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I’m a bit wary about this. It says 5 year warranty.

Anyone who has this official watch knows it’s 2 years manufacture warranty, not 5.
coldpop20 m ago

I swim in whatever watch I’m wearing. Who’s going to wear this on the moon?


An Astronaut, but they are more likely to where a Skywalker X33 or spacemaster z33.
coldpop1 h, 12 m ago

It could be argued that gimmicks are added to increase the chances of a …It could be argued that gimmicks are added to increase the chances of a sale from easily impressed individuals. I’d be more concerned with the watch itself than the bits that come with it.


Either way, its still impressive and far nicer than than receiving the watch in a jiffy bag.
peter1969uk17/01/2019 19:04

I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never …I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never get rid of it, to much sentimental value.Patek Phillips, who's he?But seriously, you quote Rolex and Patek Phillipe like they're the only luxury brands out their. Rolex I don't like, never have as I like a larger diameter. The Yacht Master ok is big enough but Fugly as hell.Rolex are not as high brow as people think, though demand for them is high.Patek Phillipe, has some nice but silly money watches. I like the Nautilus, nearly bought one for a great price a few years ago, but couldn't get back to the UK in time.You say Omega's will be worth zilch. I've sold 3 in the last year all for more than I paid. An older 41.5mm Seamaster chronograph, I bought used for £800 and sold it on EBay for £1500. I had an early version of the watch on this post again I bought used for £700 and got £900 in return. The third one was a 70's seamaster 300hz, bought a new old stock from Italy for £250 and sold for £500. So when you say they won't be worth anything, is that your expert opinion.


But that’s based on selling the watches which you didn’t buy for the RRP, you’re re selling used models. My point is the depreciation. All those models at time of release would have been worth £3/4K but then sold at a fraction.

You can’t deny that Rolex watches hold their value, they don’t depreciate.

My expert advice was on depreciation fella, don’t take it to heart.
peter1969uk10 m ago

I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never …I have a Daytona, never wear it rose gold. Left to me in will. I'll never get rid of it, to much sentimental value.Patek Phillips, who's he?But seriously, you quote Rolex and Patek Phillipe like they're the only luxury brands out their. Rolex I don't like, never have as I like a larger diameter. The Yacht Master ok is big enough but Fugly as hell.Rolex are not as high brow as people think, though demand for them is high.Patek Phillipe, has some nice but silly money watches. I like the Nautilus, nearly bought one for a great price a few years ago, but couldn't get back to the UK in time.You say Omega's will be worth zilch. I've sold 3 in the last year all for more than I paid. An older 41.5mm Seamaster chronograph, I bought used for £800 and sold it on EBay for £1500. I had an early version of the watch on this post again I bought used for £700 and got £900 in return. The third one was a 70's seamaster 300hz, bought a new old stock from Italy for £250 and sold for £500. So when you say they won't be worth anything, is that your expert opinion.


I agree. It would seem Rolex are the brand people buy when they’ve got cash but no idea, so they play it safe. I also don’t find Omegas depreciation that bad, as long the the box and paperwork are all present. I do like Patek Phillipe, I can’t really say anything bad about them. However, I never buy to sell, I buy because I like the watch. Sometimes I sell at a later date, but it doesn’t factor into the initial purchase.
deleted196599717/01/2019 19:04

I’m a bit wary about this. It says 5 year warranty. Anyone who has this o …I’m a bit wary about this. It says 5 year warranty. Anyone who has this official watch knows it’s 2 years manufacture warranty, not 5.


You haven't kept up with times. Omega have had 4 year warranty's on their watches for a few years, and increased it to 5, last year.
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