Post by carl on Dec 16, 2017 23:58:05 GMT -6
They did have a chrono as well, but it was the previous model without the adjustable clasp. I am going back on Friday afternoon, to take another look at the Railmaster, and I will try and get some more photos of the various PO chronos. That non-chrono, though, is a real beauty. Real hefty, but as I said, that just goes along with the watch. Either you like the heft or you don't. They also had a GMT model which I really liked.
This is really getting freaky . Now, I am back loving the Omegas. Just a lesson learned for myself, never go only by info and pics online. What really opened my eyes, is how beautiful the new Aqua Terras are. I tried on a smaller 38mm model, and was very impressed. They finally have a size that I feel comfortable with. While I was thinking all the changes they were making were bad, they have actually come out with a few models that are, to me, a lot more wearable.
They had a PO as well, which I didn't like in the online photos, but looks pretty fantastic. By the time I got to the POs, though, I had been there about 3 hours! It is the white/black bezel model;
They really had a good selection of models. I was so overwhelmed by that time, after seeing the Railmaster and the Aqua Terra, I really wished I could have spent more time with the PO models. This really was a very exciting day!