Up for sale is my Bond Omega Seamaster 300m midsize dive watch. This is one of the more rare, early versions of the Bond Seamaster that uses tritium lume. The tritium versions were produced between 1993 and 1997. The one here is dated 1996 on the warranty card. The lume plots on the dial have a very nice and clean patina, creating the "fried egg" look that these early models are known for. The hands and bezel pip are also tritium but have aged slightly differently, exhibiting a more greenish tone. This is a common occurrence among the tritium Bond Seamasters.

Overall, the watch and bracelet are in excellent condition. The edges are sharp and retain their original contours, and there are minimal signs of wear. The sapphire is scratch free and the bezel has a few very small nicks. Please note that there is a small imperfection on the dial to the left of the printed Omega logo. That area of the dial is slightly darker compared to the rest. It was like this when I bought the watch, so I am unsure what caused it. I've tried my best to capture it in the pictures, so please look carefully.

The watch is keeping excellent time. My amateur measurement after wearing it for a few days was roughly +/-2s per day. The bracelet is currently sized for ~ 8 inch wrist. There are no additional links. I bought this watch used, so I am not the original owner. This listing includes:

- White Omega outer box
- Red Omega inner box
- Warranty card
- Booklets and booklet pouch
- Original chronometer and sale tag with matching serial number

I'm asking $1500 via PayPal. Price includes fees and priority shipping. Please reach out if you have any additional questions. Thanks for looking!