Omega’s iconic Seamaster’s origins goes back to the launch of the OMEGA `Marine’ in 1932. This ingenious timepiece successfully tested at 73 metres below the surface of Lake Geneva, proved water-resistant at a depth of 135 meters, when pressure-tested inside the Laboratory of Watchmaking Research in Neuchatel. This impressive start set the course for the brand’s rapid advancements in underwater technology.
During World War II, Omega made more than 110,000 best CA replica watches for British pilots, navigators, and soldiers. This unprecedented experience allowed the brand to progress quickly in the fields of water resistance, anti-magnetism, and robustness to create a series of watches that could withstand the harshest conditions. Famously, the British MoD gave each watch a W.W.W engraving on the caseback, short for `Waterproof Wrist Watch’.
Over the years the Seamaster came into its own as the watch of choice for undersea adventurers. The first of its famous top fake watches was the Seamaster 300, released in 1957. Wave after wave of extraordinary models followed. Each offering exciting new designs, innovative technologies, and even greater levels of water resistance. Along the way, the watch with the distinctive seahorse logo would play a key role in ocean exploration and conservation, as the timepiece of choice for divers around the world. With progress in technology, Omega these days is able to test every watch in the series in a real underwater environment, thanks to the brand’s state- of-the-art facilities, as also the certification standards set by METAS (the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology).
The timepieces in the new collection pay tribute to an extraordinary history of innovation, exploration, ocean-tested performance, and design. Each of them feature a strikingly decorative caseback with the Seamaster logo, depicting a trident-bearing Poseidon and two seahorses: Omega’s 1956 original and the brand’s current design. The dials are in summer blue, while the hands and indexes are filled with a unique light blue Super-LumiNova.
Released in 2002, the cheap replica Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watches’ restrained display recalled the clean lines of the original Seamaster 300 from 1957. The new collection includes three new models with symmetrical cases and crowns in stainless steel. The 38 mm edition, powered by Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8800, has sailboat indexes and a polished and brushed bracelet. The model sized 41 mm offers wearers a choice of a matching bracelet or blue rubber strap, and is driven by the Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8900.
AQUA TERRA WORLDTIMER
Two years after its launch in 2017, Omega adopted laser technology to create dials of extraordinary texture and colour that featured beautiful visions of earth viewed from above, with day and night indications and circle of global destinations. The 2023 version comes in a 43 mm, stainless steel case with a matching bracelet or blue rubber strap. Around the dial is a circle of silvery printed global destinations. Bridging the outer and inner displays, the hesalite glass reveals a 24-hour reading with light blue to indicate daytime and dark blue to indicate night. The vision of the earth with the blue ocean and the continents in relief has been created using laser-ablating on a grade 5 titanium plate. Driven by Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8938, the luxury copy watches is water resistant to 150 metres.
Launched in 1957 as part of Omega’s `professional’ trilogy (along with the Speedmaster and Railmaster), the original versionoffered wearers an easy-to-read display and exceptional water resistance of 300 metres. The new perfect replica watches continues that legacy with Co-Axial Master Chronometer calibre 8912. The 41 mm symmetrical case and crown is in polished and brushed stainless steel, with matching bracelet.
SEAMASTER PROFESSIONAL 600 ‘PLOPROF’
The name Ploprof’ is short for Plongeur Professionnel, French for professional diver’. It is one of the most robust and innovative divers’ Swiss movements super clone watches ever made, used by the likes of the legendary French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau since its launch in 1971. Omega engineers used an ingenious method to fix a crystal to the tough monobloc case which eliminated the need for a helium escape valve. The 2023 version is made from O-Megasteel. The bezel ring is a sapphire crystal that mirrors the chemically reinforced monolithic crystal used in the early versions. This transparent crystal, varnished blue on the back, reveals the light blue diving scale beneath. The iconic monobloc case includes the famous screwed-in crown and the characteristic security pusher at 2 o’clock, which on this edition sports a ring in blue ceramic. A perforated blue rubber strap completes the 70’s look. Powered by Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8912.
Released in 1993, this AAA replica watches featured distinctive diving scale, skeleton hands, bold raised indexes, and helium escape valve. The new version comes in a 42 mm stainless steel case with a matching bracelet or blue rubber strap. The ceramic dial features a summer blue wave-pattern, varnished with a gradient finish to reflect the 300-metre water resistance. The blue ceramic bezel with the diving scale is coated with summer blue enamel. Powered by Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8800.
PLANET OCEAN 600M
This distinctive 1:1 Canada fake watches with an orange bezel and distinctive helium escape valve, and water resistance to 600 metres was first released in 2005. The new version in a 39.5 mm steel case and bracelet is powered by Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8800. A blue ceramic bezel with light blue diving scale encircles the summer blue ceramic dial, which is PVD treated and varnished with a gradient finish.
In 2019, the first watch in this series made history after being used for a world record dive to the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. Tested in real ocean conditions during its development, the watch is water- resistant to 6,000 metres (20,000 ft.), meeting the ISO 6425:2018 standard for saturation divers’ replica watches for men, as certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology. The 45.5 mm new version is in O-Megasteel with a dial featuring patterns that are an exact representation of the Challenger Deep mapped by the Five Deeps team using almost one million sonar points. Its lacquered finish, produced by letting an ocean of lacquer flow across the dial, has a beautiful sense of depth. Shining a UV light on it reveals the words, OMEGA WAS HERE, pointing toward the world record dive of 10,935 metres and showing the Western, Central and Eastern Pools. Powered by Co-Axial Master Chronometer 8912, the same calibre that powered the original watch.