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: lay-away. It's a Deville (prestige) in 18kt gold with a brown leather
: strap. And yes, this time I got a mechanical movement! I believe the
: movement is the Omega 1120 which is a tweaked version of the Eterna
: 2892(?).

That would be ETA 2892-A2. Eterna is an unrelated watch brand. The 1120 is exactly the same Omega movement used in the Seamaster Professional, Seamaster 120.

: Although a very conservative looking watch (some may even say uninspiring), I
: feel it will give me years of pleasure without ever looking
: "dated".

That is what most people want when spending a lot of money - something that will look good for years! Omega has gone back to making very classic designs that should not get dated.

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