Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Master Chronometer GMT Replica Watches

We have the latest updated Omega Seamaster Replica Watches Astronomy Marine Master Chronometer GMT. With the new color, METAS certification and Master Chronometer movement, this is the next evolution of the Omega 600m GMT diver. With a few minor updates and adjustments to the previous version, this new version further complements the perfect sports watch from Omega’s latest technology.

Just like in the past generation, the new Cheap Omega Replica uses a 43.5 mm wide steel case measuring 17 mm thickness. This first black / white version features the world’s first double-sided ceramic bezel insert, the previous model has a similar 24-hour scale, but limited to a single color. This new bi-directional bezel looks great, reminiscent of the long-discontinued Seamaster Professional GMT 2234 black / silver aluminum bezel for great readability and contrast.

In addition to the new dial and bezel material, the main story here includes the Planet Ocean model from Omgea’s growing Master Chronometer range. The New Omega Replica uses the METAS-certified Cohesive Observatory Caliber 8906, featuring the Omega Si14 hairspring and free balance wheel hairspray, up to 15,000 Gauss. At 3.5Hz, the Auto 8906 has 60 hours of power reserve thanks to a pair of tandem buckets. The movement of the platinum-filled rotor and bridge, Geneva wavy finishes and black screws can be viewed with the newly designed sapphire display case back. However, we have to wait for hands-on images.

The new movement offers the same functionality and is controlled by three single crowns. The 10 o’clock HeV is now an iconic element of modern seafarers and remains unchanged. As expected, this crystal is sapphire and has a double-sided anti-reflective finish that glances through a polished black ceramic dial. Like other planetary marine models, the lume is a blue Omega Replica Watches Superluminova for hour signs and hour hands, while the minute and baffle dots use green material to provide faster, low-light readings.