During the “ Time To Move ” occasion coordinated by the Swatch Group, Omega uncovered the majority of this year’s oddities. This included, among others, the completely overhauled Seamaster Diver 300M Chronograph . All things considered, this wasn’t the lone plunging chronograph that Omega was going to launch… It likewise had this cool, crisp looking Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Chronograph in orange and dark up its sleeve.
This new form of Omega’s professional jumping chronograph is along these lines as the time-and-date PO 600m we showed you as of late , depending on similar orange tone for its bezel. This new shading plan denotes such a simple for the brand, which honors the mark shading utilized in 2005 when the Planet Ocean sub-assortment was presented. Despite the fact that dark was the most sold model, the greater part of us connect the early PO watches to this splendid tone. And it is back!
Orange isn’t the simplest tone however with regards to the Omega Planet Ocean, it is one that bodes well. At the point when utilized on the chronograph variant of this watch, be that as it may, Omega takes a marginally extraordinary tack from the time-and-date adaptation. The non-chronograph model highlights an orange bezel combined with a splendid white ceramic dial. For its chronograph, Omega picked contrastingly – and carefully, on the off chance that you ask us.
The base is indistinguishable from the watch we’ve known for certain years effectively, which means the refreshed chronograph rendition of the Planet Ocean 600m, which was presented at Baselworld 2016 – an update that incorporated an uprated development, some visual changes and primarily, new tones/materials. Essentially, we’re looking at Omega’s strong, striking, better quality jumping chronograph.
The primary oddity this year is shading. The bezel is like the time-and-date model, with a cleaned ceramic addition in a rather dull orange tone (which can seem red in certain light conditions). It is nothing similar to the anodised aluminum orange addition utilized back in 2005 (substantially more yellow), nonetheless, the decision of shading here is rather appealing. The hour long jumping scale is executed in white fluid ceramic and Super-LumiNova (another interaction forthcoming patent).
Contrasting with this brilliant bezel, these new forms of the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Chronograph decide on a cool shaded dial, in ceramised titanium. Marginally grained and matte, its appearance are complemented by rhodium-plated hands and lists, just as orange contacts, for example, the stained hand on the 3 o’clock subdial, the applied number 12 and the tip of the focal seconds hand. The showcase includes the 12-hour and hour long recorders in a single sub-dial at 3 o’clock and the date window at 6 o’clock.
Two models highlight this orange bezel. The first, under the reference 184.108.40.206.99.001, is worn on a striped NATO lash in orange, dark and white. It is gotten by a steel pin clasp – an easygoing, new, very astounding look. The second, under the reference 220.127.116.11.99.001, is worn on a 3-connect hardened steel wristband with an extendable foldover catch and jumper augmentation – a purposely instrument situated option.
Powering this watch is the Omega Caliber 9900 presented in 2016, the advancement of the notable in-house type 9300. This development is a programmed incorporated chronograph with an advanced section haggle grip engineering. This amazing and strong type beats at 28,800vph and brags 60 hours power reserve.
Price and availability
This new orange and dark rendition of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Chronograph will be accessible in stores from October 2019. It will be valued at EUR 7,500 on a NATO lash and EUR 7,800 on a steel arm band. More subtleties at www.omegawatches.com .