As a material for luxury replica watches, titanium has been very divisive. Yes, there are a lot of people that love the material’s properties. But for every person that likes it, there seems to be someone that loathes it. You can even see examples of this within the Fratello team. Most of us have both stainless steel and titanium fake watches for sale, so we have the chance to experience wearing both. But even so, the opinions greatly differ on the preferred material.
Titanium has a greater purpose
However, we all agree that titanium is the perfect material in certain circumstances for practicality’s sake. Great examples are the ca perfect replica Omega X-33 models for space travel, in which every ounce of weight is vital. But for those with less ambitious plans, diving will be the perfect territory for titanium timepieces. A titanium watch offers great practical advantages if you are a serious diver, not a desk diver. But as most owners of luxury copy watches are in the latter category (including me), the practical need is less prevalent.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 6000M Ultra Deep
The second watch on this list is also an obvious one. In the race to create new titanium dive watches that boast record-breaking specs, the luxury replica Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 6000M Ultra Deep was introduced to much praise earlier this year. The watch comes with a 45.5mm titanium case that features beautiful manta lugs, is 18.12mm thick, and has a lug-to-lug of 56mm. So it’s definitely smaller than the new Rolex Deepsea Challenge.
Thanks to four patents pending for the case construction, cheap fake Omega managed to achieve a water resistance of 6,000 meters. Inside the case, the brand uses its METAS-certified caliber 8912, which has a 60-hour power reserve and provides an average accuracy of -0/+5 seconds per day. For a price of €13,000, this CA 1:1 fake Omega Planet Ocean 6000M Ultra Deep can be yours. But in all honesty, the high quality replica Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition might be a more popular and wearable option from Omega.