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Featured Products: Omega Seamaster and Speedmaster

Sep 26, 2013
Omega Seamaster

Omega Seamaster


Another watch that we see frequently is Omega. Omega watches are one of the most recognizable brands in the watch industry. Older Omega watches were often gold and are sometimes sought after from vintage collectors. Recently, we acquired some newer Omega Seamasters and Speedmasters.

Omega Speedmaster

Omega Speedmaster

These slick timepieces often boast chronograph dials and rugged durability. There are also some very cool models called the “James Bond 007”.

So if you’re looking for a great sport watch or a vintage watch, Omega is an excellent choice! We buy and sell Omega and all Swiss watches at the     most competitive prices in the area. And don’t forget to check out out eBay auctions for special deals!

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