If there is a watch brand that can be taken for granted on the Olympic podium, it is Omega. Since Cheap Omega Replica Watches debuted in Los Angeles games in 1932 and became the first Olympic timekeeper, this Swiss brand has regularly participated in this world’s most famous sporting event. To celebrate Omega’s two-year countdown to the next Winter Olympics – starting in Pyeongchang, South Korea on February 9, 2018 – Omega has released the Seamaster Aqua Terra “PyeongChang 2018” limited edition.
Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Pyeonchang The 2018 limited edition watch joins Omega’s Seamaster Aqua Terra family, which is known for its vertical lines of the “Teak Concept” dial, reminiscent of the wooden deck on a luxury yacht. Aqua Terra is a versatile seamstress that seamlessly transitions from a watch to a sports watch. Check out the Omega Replica Seamaster Aqua Terra Master coaxial watch (with related articles here) and see what I am talking about.
The navy blue dial features an elegant vertical decorative effect and provides a contrasting powerful index and arrow tip hand-handling luminescent material. To commemorate the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics, the words “Pingchang 2018” are engraved on the flanges in five colors of the Olympic rings. It’s worth noting that the numbers 20 and 18 of the year are exactly the same as the time on the trajectory per minute. This is a clever coincidence that will not happen again in our lifetime.
In a 41mm stainless steel case and strap, the surface is alternately brushed and polished. On the back, a sapphire crystal glass with the official Olympic logo shows the main coaxial 8500 movement. Although this is not one of Omega’s latest metas-certified calibres (the process described in this article), the coscs-certified campaign is magnetically resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 Gauss and resistant to 150 meters of water, which was originally used by Omega Replica Watches as The identity of the diving watch matches.
The Fake Omega Watches Seamaster Aqua Terra ” Pyeongchang 2018 ” limited edition will be produced from a series of 2,018 watches with a version number on the left side of the case and will be presented in the 2018 Pyeongchang logo and traditional Olympic colors. The retail price is $6,400.