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The 2008 Alaska Project limited edition was based on a program Swiss made fake Omega has codenamed “Alaska Project” in the early ’70s. The goal was to create a Speedmaster suited for environments with extreme temperature changes. They did this through creating a shield for the best 1:1 replica Omega CA in addition to experimenting with new materials, like titanium, and surface finishings, like bead blasting.
The watches never moved out of prototyping in the ’70s but in 2008 Omega replica watches Paypal released a 1,970-piece run of watches that visually resembled the Alaska Project watches from the ’70s. It retailed for about $5,000. Now these luxury copy watches CA are traded at figures near the low-$20,000 mark.
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The H10 Speedy has a bi-color register that’s akin to the 9 o’clock register on the flightmaster of the ’60s/’70s. There’s also plenty of color present considering the chronograph hand, too. The top Swiss fake Omega incorporates design elements that came to prominence during the same era as the original Alaska Project prototypes. If you’re after that very specific ’70s fake Omega tool watches for sale look, then the H10 Speedy is worth considering.