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Omega did very few of panda dials in the past in fact they're not you'd count for for such a watch. Except for the one they released in Japan exclusively for the store Marui back in the 1990's. Not very much is known about its origin really other than the fact that Marui is a well known department store sort of like Macy's or Nordstrom. It's very possible that the Omega produced less than 2,000 of these back then as they we're really popular at the time of release.In theory, Omega does sell more of their Professional line of watches at 42mm while the Reduced line. It is set 39mm which makes it a well proportioned watch. The Marui has a nice clean panda dial which could be considered as an alternative to some of the biggest names in vintage like Universal Geneve and early Carrera Heuer but for a much affordable price. With the release of Speedy Tuesday, the market for early Omega Speedmaster with panda dials are gaining a bit more respect and creeping up in value over time.The watch comes with its original box and papers. It appears that the watch itself was well taken care of and was placed inside of this box for storage as signs of wear in and out of the box. It's just the way we want it to be. I can only imagine that the person who owned this Marui only wore it on special occasions as the watch is in great condition. The caseback has a few scratches and the serial number on it matches the hangtab that's still included with the set. The watch also comes with it's original bracelet including a few links that was removed from it.Brand: OmegaYear: 1990'sRef. No.: 3510.50
Movement: 3220 | ServicedCase: SteelCase Size: 39mm without the crownCase Thickness: 12.5Lug Width: 18mmLug to lug: 45.9mmGlass: SapphireCrown: Original and signedBracelet: SteelBox and papers: YesFunctions: Time, tachymeter, chronograph


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