With this series of Cheap Replica Watches articles, we will zoom in on some of the other interesting models that Omega manufactured. This first post is about my personal picks of Omega watches that can be had for under $1,000. That’s right, even though new Omega watches are far more expensive, $1,000 or less can still buy you some very interesting vintage or pre-owned models from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. Many are watches that are renowned for their quality in-house movements by collectors and enthusiasts.
As collecting vintage Replica Watches — especially the Seamaster and Speedmaster models — gets more popular, prices have gone up drastically over the last decade. However, it is still possible to get other interesting watches under $1,000. Many are in the Constellation collection, once Omega’s flagship model. The collection goes back to 1952 and Constellation watches are praised for their precise chronometer movements. An all-gold Constellation was more expensive than a Rolex Day-Date with President bracelet back in the 1950s and ’60s. All-gold Omega Constellations Replica Watches cost well over $4,000 – $5,000 these days, but are still cheaper to source than an all-gold Rolex Day-Date Reference 1803 with President bracelet. Omega’s Seamaster watches go back to 1948 and, in addition to the famous Seamaster 300 diving models, Omega made a number of Seamaster dress watches that are worth checking out.
Although the case shape is a bit peculiar for today’s tastes, perhaps, the dial is something you should pay attention to. It has a very nice texture, which is a bit difficult to see in the picture, and the stick-shaped hour markers have onyx inlays. The Cheap Omega Replica caseback has the Geneva Observatory emblem, of course.
This particular watch’s movement is Caliber 865, based on Lemania Caliber 2225. It has a monopusher chronograph function. As you can see, the Omega Replica Watches has only one pusher, which is used to start, pause, and reset the red seconds hand. By pushing it once, the chronograph hand starts to run. If you want to stop the time, you have to push it and keep it down. If you release the button, it will reset to zero again.
Other Omega watches that would fit the $1,000 bill include the 1970s Omega Genève Dynamic, a gold-capped Omega Seamaster Calendar with the date aperture at 6 o’clock, and a number of other Constellation and Seamaster references. One of the fun parts of the quest is the challenge of finding one that’s the right Omega Replica for you and also in good shape. Give up any hopes to find a Constellation or Seamaster in gold, or to get one with box, papers and original invoice, for this kind of money. However, if you do come across one, do not hesitate.