And as omega seamaster planet ocean chronograph swiss replica watch, they are powered by OMEGA’s exclusive Co-Axial calibres. Each one is equipped with a silicon balance spring and the combination is so stable and reliable that OMEGA offers all of the new Planet Ocean watches with a full four-year warranty.
The brushed screw-in caseback has a sapphire crystal that makes it possible to observe the performance of the watch’s extraordinary movement. They have matt black dials. The featured models are presented on a brushed and polished stainless steel bracelet with OMEGA’s patented screw-and-pin system.The featured models have a bold 45.50 mm stainless steel case with a choice of bezels offered either in orange matt aluminium or matt black ceramic.
Like every omega seamaster planet ocean replica, the new watches are ready for underwater adventure and are equipped with unidirectional rotating bezels, helium escape valves and water resistance to 60 bar / 600 metres /2000 feet.The watches in OMEGA’s Seamaster Planet Ocean collection have been held in equally high regard for their professional divers’ features, their style and their innovative Co-Axial technology since they were released in 2005. This year OMEGA is proud to be expanding the family.
The seamaster planet ocean replica 45.50 mm Chronograph is equipped with the exclusive OMEGA Co-Axial calibre 9300/9301, the first in our family of in-house movements to incorporate a chronograph function.
While the Co-Axial calibre 9300/9301 is reviewed elsewhere in this publication, some of the highlights of this remarkable movement are worth mentioning again: the combination of the Co-Axial escapement and free sprung-balance lead to more stable performance over time and the addition of the silicon balance spring means that the movement delivers a level of reliability that allows OMEGA to offer each one with a four-year warranty.
The applied indexes on the dials of the omega replica watches in the new Planet Ocean family are coated with white Super-LumiNova emitting a blue light as are the polished, facetted rhodium-plated hands. This feature makes it easy for divers to keep track of their time at a glance. The exception is the minute hand which emits a green light, as does the dot on the diving bezel.
The feature which has already generated the most enthusiastic response, though, is the chronograph sub-dial at 3 o’clock: the positioning of both the 60-minute and 12-hour recorders on the same counter allows the user to read the time intuitively.