Omega Seamaster Polaris ref. 25405000 with papers
Omega is a Swiss watch brand that has been around since 1848. The company is known for its innovative designs and high-quality craftsmanship. The Seamaster Polaris is a model that was first introduced in 1988. It gets its name from the North Star, which is also known as the Polaris. The watch was designed to be a luxury timepiece that combined style and function. It quickly became a popular and somewhat funky choice among omega fans and collectors. It features a stainless steel and yellow gold case, with a 32 mm diameter. The watch is powered by an early omega quartz movement, which is serviced, and it’s in mint condition. It comes with the original papers and box from 1996, making it a collector’s item.
The year 1996 was an eventful one, with a number of significant historical events taking place. In February, Nelson Mandela was elected President of South Africa in the country’s first fully democratic election. This marked the end of apartheid and ushered in a new era of hope and reconciliation in South Africa. In April, the United States turned away from decades of isolationism when it signed the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, which prohibited nuclear testing. The treaty was a major step forward in international efforts to limit the spread of nuclear weapons. In July, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres shook hands at the White House after signing the historic Oslo Accords, which outlined a plan for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
If you are looking for a luxurious timepiece that is both stylish and functional, the Omega Seamaster Polaris is the perfect watch for you.