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FS: Omega Seamaster "Americas Cup" Chrono Diver, LNIB

This is a LNIB Omega Americas Cup Chrono Diver Ref: 2594.50, that was purchased from an authorized Omega dealer a little over a year ago and just pretty much sat on a winder the entire time. I"m selling it to finance another purchase. It comes with the inner and outer box, book, all warranty cards (no date of purchase imprinted, only serial number), tags and all links. This watch is hard to find now, as Omega removed the "Americas Cup" markings due to a legal dispute with the "Americas Cup" yacht racing team. The watch has since been re-issued as a 2594.52, without the Americas Cup markings. It is in TZ 99.5% mint condition, and even has the plastic protector still on the buckle.

Here are the specs:

Limited Edition "America's Cup" On Dial Only Made for ONE Year Self Winding Automatic Chronometer Movement Caliber: Omega 3303, (Frederic Piquet) Power Reserve: 42 Hours Unidirectional Rotating Bezel Solid Steel Case & Bracelet Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal Manufacturer Box & Manual 300 Meters / 1000 Feet Water Resistant Luminescent Hands and Markers 41mm = 1 5/8" Case, 7" Adjustable Bracelet Deployment Buckle.

Lists for $3495.00, asking $2150.00. No Trades please

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