The watch was already sold to a vintage watch collector.
Omega Seamaster Chronostop 145.008 (Sold)
All parts are original, the hands and dial still have tritium luminous material and match well in terms of aging. The plexi has a few scratches, but nothing wild, which can be polished out, but I think it’s fine the way it is.
Case measures 41mm, which is very large for the time, which is why it got the nickname Jumbo.
Sharp edges and minimal signs of wear indicate that the watch is unpolished. However, due to its age, I wouldn’t count on that, but in my eyes it fits. There are marks from changing the band, but again nothing bad and a small swirl at 4 o’clock.
The sunburst is perfectly preserved and is a dream.
Technically the watch runs completely unobtrusively, since the watch has no second hand it is difficult to detect any deviation anyway.
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