This has been sitting in my watchbox basically unworn for the past couple years. It's an absolutely gorgeous watch with a beautiful guilloche dial but I just never really connected with it. I think I just prefer divers.

I am the 2nd or 3rd owner and do not have the box or papers and the service history is unknown. Edit: I have found the box and papers (such is the fate of a watch collector with too many boxes stuffed away in the cabinets in the den!) The watch includes the original inner and outer box, Omega Operating Instructions book, red leather holder for instructions and warranty card, and an unsigned/undated warranty card (I suspect the original owner bought it from a grey market seller maybe?).

However, I would rate the watch and bracelet as being in very good condition with no noticeable scratches, scuffs, or dings that I can find on the watch case and only some very light desk diving marks on the bracelet. All subdials and functions operate properly, date changes as it should, and the chronograph hand resets right to zero. From what I can tell, the watch was manufactured in 1995 or 1996 and I've seen that this model was originally only sold in the Japanese market but I haven't been able to confirm that.

Omega Speedmaster Date
Model 375.0083 3513.33
Stainless steel case
Stainless steel bracelet with polished small links surrounding the center links
Push-button deployant clasp
Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Caliber 1152 automatic dedicated chronograph movement
No box or papers
Case diameter 39mm
Case thickness 14mm

$1,700 including USPS Priority Mail shipping within the U.S.