Updated Seamaster Planet Ocean Diver Watch
Omega has completed an updated version of the scene master and a planet Ocean diver version. This Swiss watch edition was originally debuted back in 2005 and it’s built for real underwater adventuring.
With Omega, the goal was to produce a watch that could function perfectly at over 600m. The newest version of the watch comes with a signature orange ceramic bezel and in the format of chronograph and chronometer. The dials are forged from pure titanium and the entire product is designed from a history of diving watches that were designed with rhodium plated hands as well as extremely small date windows.
The device is powered by in-house and self-winding movement and both editions are built with a crystal case that has a deep review of the inner workings on the device. With impressive operation up to 2000 feet, the product also has scratch resistant domes, it’s a magnetic properties as well as 60 hours of power reserved. The features of the product including integrated steel bracelet as well as a 45.5 mm chronograph with the NATO strap.
This is an unprecedented release for the watch industry as the entire design and creation of this watch was done throughout the Cove at 19 pandemic. Even though the watch will be debuting at Baselworld, the company will be showcasing it at events throughout the next year and they’ll be completing a full rundown of the watch online. Omega was one of the first watches to pull out of the Baselworld showcase and this set up a chain reaction amongst others that would have watch brands worldwide withdrawing.
The brand has watch available for an impressive $6500 and the chronograph version for $8000. Both watches have incredible luxury appeal and could be the perfect gift for someone that loves diving and wants the ideal watch to do so with.