Up for grabs is a very rare and first execution Omega Professional Seamaster “PloProf” (standing for “professional diver” in French, albeit shorthand), produced in the late 1960s through the early 1970s. It has become seemingly impossible to track these down in good condition, as most were used as intended – for deep sea diving, and most have been damaged over the years. As previously stated, the condition of this Omega Ploprof is excellent. The case remains unpolished and very sharp. Further, the dial is beautiful with no damage or marks, and likewise, the dial and hands retain its original tritium lume, aged to a nice yellow color. The watch is fitted on a Omega No. 11 steel bracelet, and will fit a large wrist.
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