The Omega Constellation Globemaster (18.104.22.168.03.001) is arguably one of Omega’s most versatile pieces, and is the world’s first Master Chronometer. In short, this means the Omega Globemaster runs within the chronometer specifications (0 – +5 seconds per day on average) and is anti-magnetic up to 15,000 gauss. It’s also the only sub-40mm piece in Omega’s collection that uses the excellent 8900 movement, which is typically found in the larger Planet Oceans and Aqua Terras.
This listing comes with the complete set, encompassing original box, papers, booklet, hang tag, protective plastic pieces and spare links. The seller has a solid transaction history spanning over a decade, and claims to have purchased the watch back in 2016, and is letting it go due to lack of wrist time. The overall condition of the watch is good, with minor signs of wear, such as light scratches on the caseback and bracelet. The seller claims that there is a mark on the AR-coated sapphire crystal at the 10 o’clock position, but is unable to capture it on the camera.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $4,589, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. The watch also retails for $7,835. Given this, the seller’s asking price of $3,700 inclusive of shipping seems like a bargain.
When it comes to Seiko dive watches, the Monster is one of the classic collections that come to mind, achieving cult-like status within the Seiko community. This SRP311 has been given several informal nicknames such as the “Sunburst”, “Halloween” and “Fang”. The most apt being the “Sunburst”, as this is one of only a handful of Seiko Monster models which feature a sunburst dial.
This listing comes with the complete set, however no further details were provided by the reputable seller, as to what the complete set encompasses. The seller claims that the watch is in like new condition, only having worn it approximately four times since it was purchased.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at $425, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in North America. The seller’s asking price is bang on $425, inclusive of shipping, and seems like a fair deal, given the watch’s excellent condition.
This listing from Watchuseek is for an Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch, and comes with the complete set, encompassing original box, papers, booklet, tools, strap and extra links. The seller has provided several high resolution macro shots of the watch itself, from which it can be seen that the watch is in good condition, with typical signs of wear, however no further details have been provided in regards to its history. Of note is that the seller is located in UK, and is looking for a UK based sale only.
Our instant watch appraisal tool values this watch at £3,313, given its pre-owned condition, inclusion of box and papers, and sale in Europe. Given this, the seller’s asking price of £2,500 seems like an absolute bargain, although caution should be exercised as the seller does not have any prior feedback on the platform. However, they are very active on Watchuseek with over 2,000 posts in the past year.
The Hamilton Khaki is one of, if not the most iconic field watch, with it’s well crafted, no-nonsense aesthetic serving two main purposes: ruggedness and legibility. Owing to this, it is often regarded to as the perfect daily beater. This listing comes with the complete set, encompassing original box, papers, and extra links. The watch itself is in great condition, with typical signs of wear such as light marks on the bracelet and clasp. However the reputable seller has noted that there is a relatively noticeable scuff on the polished bezel.
Considering that similar listings of the Hamilton Khaki (H70455533) on the stainless steel bracelet have sold in the range of $300 to $400, the seller’s asking price of $255 seem like a deal to be had.