Thursday, 26 April 2012
The Omega Ploprof looks at home with expensive stuff
And it was born at almost the same time, with changes made slightly..bec the damned watch was rightly made.
It belongs on both an oil rig as well as a woman's wrist.
Not too expensive.
And it sort of has a place here.
Note the 20 year old Omega Seamaster pro next to it.
That watch has also been around...a long time!
CNC cutting is everything to the edges we can achieve today.
With the coaxial movement, it will last forever.
And it looks good when it gets scratched and seasoned...always an important factor.
Just like shoes or Birkin bags or Porsche 911"s
I highly recomend it.
In fact, I was among the first to own one when it was launched.
And I actually was crazy enough to bid for a solid gold model!