For sale is my 42mm Omega Planet Ocean 2201.51 with the black bezel and orange numbers in. It has the rare and coveted 2500D movement.
Condition is pretty immaculate (94%) and looks mint unless you use a loop or put the watch an inch from your nose to spot any minor wear (other than the usual strap changing marks).
It comes with the full kit: watch, all links fit a 7.5"+ wrist, warranty cards (date not filled out so you can fill it as you see fit), books, red box and original purchase receipt. Red dot is still on the rear casing as well! This watch has been taken very good care of and is running well.
I'm asking $3150 including insured FedEx shipping with payment via PayPal (plus fees) in CONUS. I will ship to Canada, Alaska or Hawaii at additional cost to the buyer. No trade offers please. Reasonable offers accepted. I have plenty of references here on WUS as a buyer and seller as well as a 14 year history on eBay with 100% rating. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a faster response. A face to face cash deal in the Atlanta metro area is also welcome.How can you tell its a 2500D movement?
You can tell that since the serial number is higher than 8525xxxx and that the ones on the date wheel have a tail like this "1" instead of the plain "l".Why is the 2500D rare and better than the 2500C?
Basically the escapement, mainspring, balance, stop lever, barrel bridge, balance bridge, wheel train bridge, automatic framework, pallet bridge have been replaced in the 2500D Movement to fix the reliability issues that were experienced in the 2500C. It uses the same type of three level escapement that is found in the 8500 coaxial movement.
The 2500D movement was also only produced for a short period of time before Omega switch all POs to the 8500 coaxial movement. Due to that fact theres just a much smaller number 2500Ds in circulation. Because of these two factors this watch has a higher value than most of the Planet Ocean's with the 2500C movement.
For information about the 2500D Movement click here for the link --> Will the 2500D end the reliability issues?