The Omega Speedmaster Racing Replica Watches, on the market since 2012, is a return to the brand’s automotive roots. Its got a 40-mm steel case with a matte black tachymeter ring, made of aluminum, on the bezel. The type on the tachymeter scale is in either gray or gray/yellow or gray/red combos. Omega replica’s familiar seahorse emblem is featured on the solid steel caseback.
The omega speedmaster replica watches comes on a steel bracelet or a black rubber strap with a distinctive embossed pattern that bring to mind the treads of a race car’s tires — just another way the Swiss brand is putting the “speed” back in its Speedmaster. Both the rubber-strap and steel-bracelet versions of the Speedmaster Racing retail for $200.
The movement inside the Speedmaster racing is Omega replica’s in-house Caliber 3330, with a column-wheel chronograph mechanism, a silicon balance spring and the brand’s trademark co-axial escapement. Omega is so confident about the replica watch’s timekeeping performance and reliability — the movement has been certified as a chronometer by the Swiss testing agency COSC — that it delivers it with a four-year warranty.
The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro are still two years away. However, Omega Replica Watches, which will be the Games’ official timekeeper for the 27th time, has already introduced its first limited-edition watch celebrating the Rio Games: the Omega Speedmaster Mark II “Rio 2016,” Replica Watches chronograph watch with an in-house, co-axial movement.
This special edition of the Omega fake Watches Speedmaster Mark II watch — released by Omega at this year’s Baselworld watch fair and inspired by a vintage Omega Speedmaster model from 1969 — has a distinctive barrel-shaped case made of polished and brushed stainless steel. The crown and chronograph pushers are polished, and the steel bracelet, which features Omega’s patented screw-and-pin design and a foldover rack-and-pusher clasp, has both polished and brushed surfaces. Wearers can adjust the bracelet’s length by releasing the outer clasp and sliding the inner clasp.
Beneath the flat, scratch-resistant crystal is a matte-black tricompax dial with subdials at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock to record 30 chronograph minutes, 12 chronograph hours, and running seconds, respectively. On this “Rio 2016″ model, these subdials have an Olympics motif, ringed by bronze, yellow gold, and silver to represent the medals awarded to the champion athletes.
Like the standard Omega Speedmaster Mark II fake Watches, the Olympic model has a tachymeter scale printed directly on the sapphire crystal and illuminated from underneath by an aluminum ring filled with Super-LumiNova. The varnished hour and minute hands, the hour markers, and the chronograph seconds hand are also coated with this luminous substance. This model is the first Omega watch that allows the wearer to read the tachymeter scale in the dark.
The movement in the Omega Speedmaster Mark II Rio 2016 is Omega Replica Watches’s Caliber 3330, which is equipped with a silicon balance spring and three-level co-axial escapement and boasts a column-wheel chronograph function. The watch’s case, which is water-resistant to 100 meters, has a screw-down caseback that is stamped with the logo of the 2016 Olympic Games (the first ever to be held in South America), and engraved with “Si14″ “Column Wheel” and the limited-edition number of the watch (only 2,016 will be made, priced at $6,300). The Omega Speedmaster Mark II “Rio 2016″ limited edition will be offered in a special presentation box with a certificate of authenticity and will come with a full two-year warranty.
To see how the Omega Speedmaster Mark II Rio Replica Watches looks on the wrist, click here for my blog post on the 2014 Omega watch collection.
In order to celebrate the Emirates Team New Zealand attending the world’s top sailing events, the famous Swiss replica watch brand OMEGA replica has unveiled a new Seamaster series “Emirates Team New Zealand” limited edition diving watch.
Omega replica’s long-term relationship with Emirates Team New Zealand can be traced back to 1995, when the America’s Cup was held in the United States. The captain of the team at that time, Sir Peter Blake was the Omega celebrity ambassador and led the team to championship in San Diego. Dean Barker was the 2000 America’s Cup winner and also took part in the Olympic Games. Since 2001, Barker joined the Omega celebrity ambassadors family. As one of the major sponsors of Emirates Team New Zealand, Omega replica watches will continue to appear in the America’s Cup – on Emirates Team New Zealand’s AC72’s yacht hull and spinnaker, the Omega logo is always prominently visible.