Omega Seahorse Planet Ocean GMT Watch

In 2013, the newest member of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean series is the long-awaited Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT. Just before the annual Baselworld watch trade show, we launched the new Planet Ocean GMT GoodPlanet watch here. The blue and orange version of the new GMT watch comes with the GoodPlanet foundation name, and Omega Replica Watches worked with it to create a new environmentalist film called “Planet Ocean.” The sales revenue of this particular work will be partly attributed to this foundation. However, in addition to GMT’s blue and orange GoodPlanet versions, we can also experience other versions of the very beautiful new Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT timepiece.

To be honest, this seems to be a little technical. For most intents and purposes, the Omega Replica Seamaster Planet Ocean is a fully capable diver and is included in a fairly well-known diving watch family. As we mentioned in the first discussion of PO GMT, the best thing about it might be size. It is 43.5 mm wide and sits between the smaller 42 mm wide case and the 45 mm wide case. Personally, I found this 43.5 mm wide size ideal for everyday wear. All sizes of Omega Ocean Planet Ocean are very comfortable, but for me, the size of 43.5 mm is the temperature suitable for porridge.

Although I prefer bracelets, I have found that for the best comfort and sturdy fit (especially for sports activities), you may want to use Omega’s premium rubber strap. It comes with a high-quality unfolding buckle that fits the wrist like a glove. I don’t believe that Omega will provide the titanium version of the Omega Seahorse Ocean GMT in 2013. If you notice that Swiss Omega Watches likes to give them a titanium watch with a blue dial. So Planet Three three-handed titanium and Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean chronograph titanium with blue dial and bezel. The blue and orange GoodPlanet GMT is made of steel. Therefore, there may be a titanium alloy GMT coming out in the next year or two. An interesting titanium model appeared in 2013, a blue dial titanium version of the Speedmaster coaxial chronograph.

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