Buying, Selling, & Collecting: Is The Dynamic The Most Undervalued Omega Chronograph?
One thing's for sure, it's the most fun.
Originally published by Danny Milton on HODINKEE, October 15th 2021
If we were playing some kind of (nerdy) horological word-association game, and I said Omega chronograph, no doubt
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