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Opened July 1999, zOwie is the Internet's first and longest running discussion forum dedicated to Omega brand watches.

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A Special Day

Hello Fellow Omega Fans, Saturday was a special day in my life and a great day to be wearing my Omega Seamaster Professional. I was the best man at my brothers wedding and before he was married we had to go through the usual taking of pictures of us and the other groom's men. One of the pictures taken was a candid shot of my brother, myself, our father, and the other groom's men. In the picture my father is holding a hanker chef to my brothers forehead, and my brother is holding on to my wrist looking at my watch as the last minutes of him being a free man pass on by and, the other groom's men are looking at my watch also. I had no idea that this kind of picture was going to be taken and because of it, I feel that my watch now has an even more special memory branded into it. Another nice thing that happened at my brother's wedding involving a watch was my dad's Omega Speedmaster "Moon Watch". My parents were married on the same day, about thirty years ago, and at their wedding, my dad's father was wearing the same Speedy Pro Moon that my dad wore yesterday. And one day I will be wearing that watch, but I hope that it won't happen for a long time. I find it neat how a watch can not only tell us the time, but it can remind us of memory's in our past that happened while wearing the watch. Warm Regards, Damon

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