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Omega (yes expensive) limited edition watch reduced from £8000 to £5600 & 9.45% TCB possible too - cheaper than preowned at Goldsmiths
Omega (yes expensive) limited edition watch reduced from £8000 to £5600 & 9.45% TCB possible too - cheaper than preowned at Goldsmiths

Omega (yes expensive) limited edition watch reduced from £8000 to £5600 & 9.45% TCB possible too - cheaper than preowned at Goldsmiths

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I realise this will probably be voted cold but for anyone into high end watches or collectors for future value this could be an amazing deal, its not a Rolex or Patek etc. but this is a huge reduction for an Omega special edition and a good looking one in the flesh too, pre owned watches of this model are still well over £6000 so to be able to buy new for less is very unusual, hope it helps someone

Not that I would advocate it for a luxury purchase but 24 months interest free available too with a £560 deposit if you happen to have the money sitting in the bank and prefer to keep it there!

The blurb on the watch -

Bringing together luxury and performance, Omega is renowned for re-defining state-of-the art mechanical watchmaking since 1884, paving the way for precision timepieces that are captivating, inspiring and beautifully engineered.The epitome of innovative time keeping, this Omega Speedmaster “Darkside Of The Moon” Watch demonstrates that function and style can effortlessly work hand in hand. Exuding adventurous spirit in abundance, this innovative, forward thinking timepiece features a black zirconium oxide ceramic dial with 18c white gold style hands, two ceramic subdials at 3 and 9 o clock, as well as a matt chromium nitride tachymeter scale.

Top comments

Yeh its quite nice but I think this shows a bit more class in a business meeting
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I love my Omega, I earn enough to have one, I pay enough taxes not to feel guilty. People on this site need to get over themselves if you can't afford one do something about it and stop moaning. If you can afford one, but don't want one it's a free country

RiverDragon8

These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people … These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people on here making ridiculous comments about how expensive this watch is and you can buy much cheaper watch brand or people got more money than sense etc etc etc. X)



many billionaires who wear very cheap watches i would not judge someone on the watch or car they drive period.

31467937.jpgIt's a big watch, not for the skinny wristed like myself. Still love it though, the rare time I put it on.
My daily is a Casio f91-w. And before anyone starts, how many of you drive around in a 30k car on a 30k salary, now that's ridiculous. Photo is taken by my 3.5 year old £100 moto G 1st gen. Thing about watches is it is the only real jewellery a man can get away with, they're beautifully engineered precious things that last a lifetime is properly looked after.
Edited by: "acj7744" 16th Jul
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Really good price. This one will hold good value as well.

Well done that man! Cheapest I've ever seen it.
Now if you can find me a standard 42mm moon watch at a heavy discount I will love you forever. True story.

9.45% topcashback too, seriously considering buying this.

Hot for the discount drop, but wow this price and only a fabric strap...rich ppl toys lol

Original Poster

Fo3

9.45% topcashback too, seriously considering buying this.



Added to title as another £500 back potentially!!
Edited by: "nictry" 16th Jul

I'll take 10

These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people on here making ridiculous comments about how expensive this watch is and you can buy much cheaper watch brand or people got more money than sense etc etc etc. X)
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 16th Jul

Its only £5 on ebay

RiverDragon8

These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people … These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people on here making ridiculous comments about how expensive this watch is and you can buy much cheaper watch brand or people got more money than sense etc etc etc. X)



many billionaires who wear very cheap watches i would not judge someone on the watch or car they drive period.

RiverDragon8

These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people … These are my favourite deals on here because you get all the poor people on here making ridiculous comments about how expensive this watch is and you can buy much cheaper watch brand or people got more money than sense etc etc etc. X)


Which side are you on?... The poor people or the high and mighty?....

Seriously though it's not just poor people who think £5,600 on a watch is too much. Personally I say spend the cash where it makes you happy.

Meanwhile back in the real world, British disabled are confined to their flats, with beans on toast if they're lucky.

Voted hot - I really like the Darkside of the Moon but I think a steel sports Rolex will probably hold it's value better

dealerxxx

£5290


Hopefully you're not one of the high and mighty as your mathematics is not up to scratch.

My head isn't screwed on £5070 it would work out

Very tasty discount that. I actually like the strap, suits the watch.

Proof that money can't buy you taste.

JohnnyRoller

Which side are you on?... The poor people or the high and … Which side are you on?... The poor people or the high and mighty?....Seriously though it's not just poor people who think £5,600 on a watch is too much. Personally I say spend the cash where it makes you happy.


I think that people can spend their money on whatever they want and the people on here who make ridiculous/stupid comments about the cost of this watch shouldn't concern themselves on what other people spend their money on.

At 44mm this is a bit of a beast.

Jonnyblock11 m ago

Meanwhile back in the real world, British disabled are confined to their …Meanwhile back in the real world, British disabled are confined to their flats, with beans on toast if they're lucky.



It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...

gam3

It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to … It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...


The AVERAGE salary is approx £27k in the UK.

gam36 m ago

It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to …It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...

Pish

Jonnyblock

Meanwhile back in the real world, British disabled are confined to their … Meanwhile back in the real world, British disabled are confined to their flats, with beans on toast if they're lucky.



spot the commie

31467937.jpgIt's a big watch, not for the skinny wristed like myself. Still love it though, the rare time I put it on.
My daily is a Casio f91-w. And before anyone starts, how many of you drive around in a 30k car on a 30k salary, now that's ridiculous. Photo is taken by my 3.5 year old £100 moto G 1st gen. Thing about watches is it is the only real jewellery a man can get away with, they're beautifully engineered precious things that last a lifetime is properly looked after.
Edited by: "acj7744" 16th Jul

gam311 m ago

It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to …It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...

The average Joe also got eye infection by wearing poundshop sunglasses and after good wait the GP just put the cotton patch on his eyes
But his struggle didn't stop there he stood up and started walking.....
That's when I stopped my fun life broke up with my gf and asked,

If it hadn't been for Cotton-Eye Joe
I'd been married a long time ago
Where did you come from, where did you go?
Where did you come from, Cotton-Eye Joe?


I was close to buying the aqua terra master deal the other week but realised these watches depreciate in value ridiculously.\x0a\x0aAnyway if you want to a holy grail watch then get a Rolex and pass it down the generations..\x0a\x0aThese watches will be worth the same as your Casio in the next 20 years. Disappointing.

acj774413 m ago

[Image] It's a big watch, not for the skinny wristed like myself. Still …[Image] It's a big watch, not for the skinny wristed like myself. Still love it though, the rare time I put it on.My daily is a Casio f91-w. And before anyone starts, how many of you drive around in a 30k car on a 30k salary, now that's ridiculous. Photo is taken by my 3.5 year old £100 moto G 1st gen. Thing about watches is it is the only real jewellery a man can get away with, they're beautifully engineered precious things that last a lifetime is properly looked after.


LOL this is clearly a replica.

gam322 m ago

It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to …It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...


£500 car? More like a £30k on £250 a month payments.

Cold.. why would you spend this kind of money on a watch when you could buy one of those ones in a vending machine for 50p!!?!?





.... kidding guys.. I know the way these threads always go

coolio28

I was close to buying the aqua terra master deal the other week but … I was close to buying the aqua terra master deal the other week but realised these watches depreciate in value ridiculously.Anyway if you want to a holy grail watch then get a Rolex and pass it down the generations..These watches will be worth the same as your Casio in the next 20 years. Disappointing.


Omega/Rolex watches go up in valve, Tag Heuer don't.

RiverDragon8

Omega/Rolex watches go up in valve, Tag Heuer don't.



You are honestly delusional if you think a Rolex goes up in value. The only ones that do are very limited runs such as the Paul Newman. If you wanted an actual investment timepiece, you would buy a Patek Phillipe.

coolio2817 m ago

I was close to buying the aqua terra master deal the other week but …I was close to buying the aqua terra master deal the other week but realised these watches depreciate in value ridiculously.Anyway if you want to a holy grail watch then get a Rolex and pass it down the generations..These watches will be worth the same as your Casio in the next 20 years. Disappointing.

No guarantee of a rolex keeping it's value or appreciating only certain model years will achieve that. And a rolex certainly isn't a 'holy grail' watch. Something like a patek philippe might be a better bet if you want an investment but I buy watches because I like them not what the future value might be.

RiverDragon86 m ago

Omega/Rolex watches go up in valve, Tag Heuer don't.

Some do, most don't.

MusicmanJP

You are honestly delusional if you think a Rolex goes up in value. The … You are honestly delusional if you think a Rolex goes up in value. The only ones that do are very limited runs such as the Paul Newman. If you wanted an actual investment timepiece, you would buy a Patek Phillipe.



You can't argue with maths.

http://www.ablogtowatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Rolex-Submariner-No-Date-Price-Increase-Chart-1.jpg

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I love my Omega, I earn enough to have one, I pay enough taxes not to feel guilty. People on this site need to get over themselves if you can't afford one do something about it and stop moaning. If you can afford one, but don't want one it's a free country

gam3

It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to … It's average Joe working 50+ hours a week that makes just enough money to pay the mortgage on his crappy flat and feed his family that is hard done by in this country. Average Joe that has to go into work when he is sick because he can't afford to lose a day's pay. Average Joe that drives around in a £500 car...


Don't forget his 40 cigarettes each day

ourdevonfamily

I love my Omega, I earn enough to have one, I pay enough taxes not to … I love my Omega, I earn enough to have one, I pay enough taxes not to feel guilty. People on this site need to get over themselves if you can't afford one do something about it and stop moaning. If you can afford one, but don't want one it's a free country


Is that your arm

I've still got my omega seamaster which I bought for £850 15 years ago and still looks new.

micpwelsh

Is that your arm



I chopped it off a guy in the street, an extra arm always comes in handy X)

MusicmanJP

You are honestly delusional if you think a Rolex goes up in value. The … You are honestly delusional if you think a Rolex goes up in value. The only ones that do are very limited runs such as the Paul Newman. If you wanted an actual investment timepiece, you would buy a Patek Phillipe.


Your're obviously delusional and don't know what you're talking about. My Rolex I bought in 2002 for £2300 is now worth £3400+, my dad's Rolex he bought in the late 70's for £200 is now worth about £2k. It's a FACT (to people in the know) that Rolex watches go up in valve.

ourdevonfamily

I chopped it off a guy in the street, an extra arm always comes in handy … I chopped it off a guy in the street, an extra arm always comes in handy X)


Result you deserve a big hand
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