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: Looks great to me if the hands are silver and
: not black. The color and alignment could be
: off because of parallax in the skew picture
: angle. Compare it to a picture at
: www.omega.ch. The crown might concern me. If
: a 'good deal' was >$500 and there were a
: lot of bidders, then you should feel
: somewhat confident.
But the "notches" on the bezel are wrong, the high part of the notch should align with the numbers, unless of course the watch has been repaired incorrectly or had a non OEM bezel change, beware the movement though, there are some very convincing fakes out there including engraving the movement with the correct logos etc, best way to tell is the "finish" on the movement, I havent seen a fake yet that can come close to the genuine Omega movement finishing.
Best regards David