quote:Originally posted by snipes:
I've kicked around the idea of picking up a vintage Omega off and on the past few years. Assuming the watch has been recently reconditioned by a reputable individual how do these general hold up? Specifically accuracy in keeping time. Keeping accurate time will always be my #1 requirement of any time piece I own. It does me no good to look at my watch and it to be off by 2-3 minutes.
I'm partial to Omegas and that is why I asked about them specifically.
I've got a 1960 Seamaster with a 552 movement in it that keeps impeccable time. Just make sure you do your research - the omega website has a database for checking movements vs. years and serial #'s vs. year of production that is helpful.