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My name is Matthew I recently bought and omega speed master 3220-50-00 day date for 3,700 I hear mix things about this watch that it is a waste of money and some are saying it is a great watch if anyone has any comments please help. I also do not know how to operate the gmt 

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Hi and welcome Matthew, I bought my Speedmaster in 1970, it was secondhand and was six years old at the time of buying. It hasn't cost me a penny since then, never gone wrong, looks great and has increased in value, my opinion is that Speedmasters are superb watches. :woohoo-jumping-smiley-emoticon:

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