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Omega Seamaster 300 WatchCo w/Date - *Unpolished*
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Once an esteemed Omega authorized service center based in Australia, WatchCo continues to possess an inventory of Omega parts, including cases, bezels, dials, and hands. WatchCo has made a name for itself by skillfully assembling Seamaster 300 watches reminiscent of the iconic 1960s style, utilizing only authentic Omega service parts. These watches proudly feature a vintage sourced movements, further amplifying their allure. Among vintage Omega diving watches, the WatchCo reference 165.0324 holds a distinct aura and appearance, making it a highly sought after model with a cult-like following. Boasting a bi-directional ratcheting bezel, a luminous bezel insert, a highly legible dial, and a size that defies the norms of its era. Remarkably, these timepieces pass rigorous pressure tests, making them suitable for diving adventures, should one so desire. What sets the WatchCo Seamaster 300 apart is its affordability compared to vintage counterparts, rendering it a perfect choice for everyday wear. The iconic "sword" hour hand is reminiscent of the Rolex Milsub which has grown enormously in value of the past few decades. Collectors would argue that these competing references are in the same league of historical significance. Our friends at Craft & Tailored covered this model on their YouTube channel so be sure to check it out for reference.
This particular example features a date window at 3-clock with quickset feature. This watch looks most at home tattered NATO-style or Maratac RAF strap. It remains in fantastic condition with a sharp case that appears unpolished.
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