However, why Swiss Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Master Chronometer Chronograph Watch Replica chose to debut this movement in a dive watch rather than starting with its signature Speedmaster chronograph collection isn’t immediately clear, though it probably suggests that the movement just wasn’t quite ready last year when we were assaulted from every possible side of the moon in the massive Speedy refresh. Even more importantly, though, these movements are fully anti-magnetic and boast an impressive 60-hour power reserve, making them not only beautiful, but exceptionally practical for the modern age.
Even more importantly, though, these movements are fully anti-magnetic and boast an impressive 60-hour power reserve, making them not only beautiful, but exceptionally practical for the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Watch Replica age.
We haven’t seen major changes to Omega’s signature dive watch since the 8500 revisions, but even then, the pace of updates since the Planet Ocean’s conception in 2005 has remained glacial at best. This time around, however, the refresh is considerably more significant – starting with the movement: all Planet Ocean watches are now equipped with the 9900 series co-axial master chronometer developed by Omega Seamaster Watch Replica and certified by METAS (more on the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology here) for accuracy and long-term reliability.
This particular Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Master Chronometer Chronograph marks the first time we’ve seen a METAS-certified master chronometer chronograph movement, but it’s something we’ve long suspected wasn’t far away.
Either way, the new Omega Watch Replica are here, and they bring not only a new movement for their new, thinner cases, but a full implementation of Omega’s best technologies like 18K Sedna gold, Liquidmetal, and ceramic.