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Vintage Seekers Announces Classic Omega Watch Collection
A collection of vintage 1960s and 1970s Omega watches have arrived on the Vintage Seekers website this week.
By: Vintage Seekers
Vintage Seekers' classic Omega watches come with an impressive history; they became the first wristwatch to be worn on the moon in 1969, have been the official timekeeper of the British army since 1917 and recorded record-breaking competition times at the Olympics since 1932.
These 1960s and 1970s Omega watches on Vintage Seekers present a great opportunity to own a true classic and tangible investment join the likes of James Bond, J.F Kennedy and Prince William, who all have fallen for the charms of Omega timepieces.
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