Omega Seamaster automatic, 178.1112, 178.1112
steel / gold automatic
Omega Seamaster automatic, 178.1112

Omega Seamaster automatic, 178.1112 On Sale

In Stock 

Brand : Omega
Model : Seamaster
Type : men's watch
construction : ~ 2008
Functions : date fast circuit, chronograph,
Mouvement : automatic
Movement/Caliber : 3301
Clockwork number : 78129xxx
Case number : 78129130, 372/2xxx
Reference number :, 178.1112
Case material : steel / gold
Glass : sapphire glass
Clock face : black
Accessories : pictured original Omega box

Clock face : very good condition
Glass : very good condition
Case : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Case back : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Bracelet : very good condition with minimal traces of use
Movement/Caliber : fully operational / checked for performance, authenticity and functionality
Watertightness : The watch has been successfully tested for water resistance. Please find the inspection protocol enclosed

Diameter : 42.00 mm
Height : 14.00 mm
Lug width : 21.00 mm

Bracelet material : steel
fits up to a wrist of : 195.00 mm
Clasp : original Omega flip clasp
Description : Original Omega steel bracelet. You can determine your wrist size by measuring the inner length of your watch strap with the buckle closed.

Was: $388.5.00  SALE Price:  $259.00

Original Box :

Customer Reviews
1s1s1s1s1sCanada Richmond Hill
By Janice M. Millican  January 26,2020,11:60 am

1s1s1s1s1sScotland Glasgow
By Jenni Lehde  June 9,2020,7:56 am
they give me a estimated delivery date and i received my item at time they say

1s1s1s1s1sMexico Ciudad De Mexico
By Blaine C  June 4,2020,4:04 am
Got it as a christmas gift for someone: the watch exceeded my expectations, the recipient was excited and I absolutely loved the price(after all the discounts from smartbargains)


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