Omega Seamaster Sea World 600M GoodPlanet

The long-term relationship between Omeo and the ocean began in 1932 when it invented the first diver’s watch. In 2011, the brand collaborated with the GoodPlanet Foundation, which was established in 2005 to promote environmental awareness and sustainable development. The results of this partnership are evident in GoodPlanet, 600 meters from Omega Replica Sea World.

As a contribution to the Ancient Earth Foundation and its conservation of underwater ecosystems, Omega’s Omega Seamaster Replica Watches Planet Ocean has a unique marine look with a bold blue painted dial. And apply the index. The hour, minute, and second hands are polished, embossed, and enamel-plated, while the central GMT’s hands are made of aluminum. Both the hour and second hands are coated with a white superluminescent protein that emits blue light in the dark. The minute hand and the 12 o’clock point were painted on a one-way rotating diver’s panel and coated with another white super light emitter, emitting green light. (Click on image to enlarge)

The date appears in the 3 o’clock window. The 24-hour GMT scale is printed in orange on a polished dark blue border; the wearer can use the balance and the central standard time hand to track time in the second time zone. The brushed and polished stainless steel case also includes a split helium relief valve at 10 o’clock, 43 mm in diameter and waterproof to 600 m. It features a domed sapphire crystal with non-reflective treatments on both sides. There is also a scratched sapphire window in the caseback. It is surrounded by the “GoodPlanet Foundation” and the movement of the watch can be seen. The sport, Omni’s coaxial caliber 8605, features automatic winding and a three-layer coaxial decoupling and silicon 14 silicon balance spring.

This watch comes with a stainless steel bracelet (priced at $8,100) or a marine-designed blue rubber strap ($8,000).Fake Omega Watches has pledged to invest a portion of each Haitian planet’s sales revenue into the foundation’s project to protect mangroves and seagrasses in Southeast Asia and educate the local population to protect these natural resources.

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