Which SMP

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I really like the look of the SMP and would love to get one. Everybody refers to the 2220.80 and similar as the James Bond watch because of Pierce Brosnan. I really don't like Pierce Brosnan, so the idea of that watch bugs me. I also don't like the skeleton hands. Besides, I've got the Casino Royale PO which to me is the James Bond watch. I loved Daniel Craig as Bond. It doesn't seem to make sense now to buy an Omega without co axial. Titanium seems to tinny. There are some gorgeous pictures of SMPs on the Omega Members Gallery thread #21 and #39 but I dont know which of those are available now or if or any like them have co axial. What do you think? BTW, I love being able to do a thread like this and get great opinions and knowledge.
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Hi Mr Beck,

Just thought I'd throw something else into the mix: Have you considered the SeaMaster Aqua Terra with the Co-Axial movement?

You already have a true divers watch. So, how about a watch that is just as happy being a dress watch as it is a utilitarian timepiece with a 150m water restistancy, date function and 42.2mm diameter.

I think one of these would compliment your PO perfectly:

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