Blog posts tagged "Omega"

Tissot PRX Chronograph, Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonshine Gold, Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date Reed Green

2022/03/12 by Dale Vito

We added loads of new watches to our database, including the Tissot PRX Chronograph, Omega Speedmaster Professional Moonshine Gold and Glashütte Original SeaQ Panorama Date Reed Green.

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Price increases TUDOR, Rolex, Omega, Longines

2022/01/22 by Dale Vito

This week’s updates include price increases for Tudor, Rolex, Omega and Longines.

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TAG Heuer Autavia, Breitling Super Chronomat Tiger Spirit, Omega Speedmaster 321 Canopus

2022/01/08 by Dale Vito

New year, new watches! The latest additions to our database include a bold yellow Breitling Super Chronomat for the Chinese market, a new TAG Heuer Autavia Chronograph, and the lush Omega Speedmaster 321 Canopus Gold.

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IWC Big Pilot Spitfire, NOMOS Club Neomatik Date Blue, Omega Constellation 28 Celestial Blue

2021/11/06 by Dale Vito

The latest additions to our database include watches from IWC, NOMOS and Omega!

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Hamilton Khaki Pioneer, Tudor Black Bay GMT Air France, Omega Aqua Terra Beijing 2022

2021/10/23 by Dale Vito

This week’s additions to our database include watches from Hamilton,

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Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope, NOMOS Club 36 Blue, TAG Heuer Carrera for Japan

2021/09/25 by Dale Vito

With the summer slowly coming to an end, we’re picking up the pace. This week we have new watches from Omega, NOMOS, and TAG Heuer. Read more for our favorites!

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph 38 Amethysts, Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Tokyo 2020

2021/07/10 by Dale Vito

This week we’ve added a bunch of colourful Audemars Piguet, a gold Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, and a Panerai Submersible in polar dress.

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Tudor 1926, Patek Philippe Calatrava, Omega Seamaster 300M Tokyo, and the Audemars Piguet Black Panther

2021/04/17 by Dale Vito

This weeks additions to our watch database include the 2021 Tudor 1926, Patek Philippe Calatrava 6119, an Omega Seamaster 300M for the Tokyo Olympics, and the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept Black Panther.

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This Week: Omega and Jaeger-LeCoultre updated

2020/02/28 by Dale Vito

Quick update from WatchBase HQ, Amsterdam:

I’ve just finished going over Omega’s full current catalogue including the latest price increase. This means over 1400 watches are now up-to-date, ready for the upcoming novelty season. I’ve also put on draft a few upcoming 2020 releases, but those will have to wait until the info is made public 😉 .

A somewhat smaller project also finished is the Jaeger-LeCoultre catalogue, which is now also once again up-to-date. I’ve also added a couple of watches that were either missing or just released;

Stay tuned for many more updates in the coming weeks!


This Week: Bulgari, Omega, Tissot

2019/11/23 by Dale Vito

While the week before was all about TAG Heuer, this week we’ve made some big steps in our Tissot database. Hundreds of watches have been added, and over 900 are waiting to be put live still. Bonkers. It’s not all Tissot though – I’ve also added a few other gems here and there. My favorites?

Bulgari Octo Finissimo Tadao Ando

Wow, wow, WOW! The Bulgari Octo Finissimo Automatic is easily one of my favorite watches from the past few years in whatever form, but this one might be one of the coolest yet. The case and bracelet remain unaltered from the original 102713, but the dial now has ridges radiating outwards from the small seconds axis – designed by Tadao Ando no less. It’s furthermore doesn’t have any writings or logos. Stunning!

Bulgari Octo Finissimo Arabic Blue

Another cool Octo Finissimo, this time with Eastern Arabic numerals on a blue base, housed in rose gold. We’ve seen these numerals on the Octo before, but this is a particularly lush execution. More!

Rose gold a bit much for you? it also comes in titanium.

Omega Seamaster 300M James Bond Set

It must’ve been at least a few weeks since the last Omega limited edition, so about time they did another one! Here we have the ‘James Bond Set’, which consists of two takes on the Seamaster 300M – one in stainless steel, one in yellow gold- sold as a set limited to 257 pieces. The design is similar to the 7007-piece 210.22.42.20.01.004 though there’s no date. My favorite of the two is the yellow gold; the contrast with the black dial, bezel and strap is particularly striking. More!

Tissot PR 100

Confession: I CAN’T SEE ANY MORE TISSOT! But there’s still over 900 to go. Anyway, here’s a completely harmless PR 100. 39mm, 100m water resistant, EUR 240 incl. VAT. What more does one really need? INFO!


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