There is a strange phrase at the back of this Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT orange ceramic watch that I have never seen before. According to Cheap Omega Replica Watches, this is something they have never done before in the case. The “World Premiere” promise appears on the back of the watch’s case, adjacent to the limited edition number. It shows the world that there is an unprecedented uniqueness in timepieces. Indeed, this is Omega’s first watch in the world with an orange ceramic bezel, which happens to be a limited edition sports watch made of pure natural 950 platinum.
“Word Premiere” is an orange ceramic, and we haven’t seen it used on watches until now. Omega Replica Watches actually produces some interesting platinum and orange Omega Ocean Planet Ocean GMT images with orange fruit that you can see here. Then why is this a big problem? To make a long story short, ceramics are difficult to produce with colors other than white or black and dark colors such as blue and brown. The light color has an incredible problem because when the ceramic is formed during the sintering process, the color tends to disappear during the baking process. Brands such as Omega and Rolex are working tirelessly not only to improve the production techniques used to make ceramic watch parts, but also to improve the colors they produce.
Last year Hublot launched the first watch with red ceramics – even though they haven’t followed any production models since then. However, they proved that they could do it. Swiss Omega Watches offers orange ceramics, the only color that can be successfully produced in zirconia (mainly used in watchmaking ceramics) is yellow. However, we can leave another “world premiere.” Omega has been working hard to make orange ceramics more than five years old. In 2011, I recalled talking to the top people in the brand and they expressed how difficult it was. So far, all Omega marine planet marine timepieces with orange borders continue to use old colored aluminum technology, while models with black or blue borders use ceramic.
It is unclear when Omega first used ceramic bezels to make most Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watches, but it was still a few years ago. Of course, the problem with brands such as Omega Replica and Rolex is the large-scale production of ceramic parts. Now in 2014, industrial processes are much more complicated, but it is still a very time consuming and expensive process. I say this because although the ceramic itself may not require precious materials, the process of inventing how to make ceramics is indeed very precious.
Omega only produced eight limited edition Omega Seamaster Planet Oceans because the orange border currently requires a lot of work. Having said that, unlike Hublot or other brands using concept technology in limited edition watches, they claim that the orange ceramic bezel will soon become a regular part of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch collection. In addition, the orange ceramic bezel on the watch is not just orange ceramic, but the brand’s liquid metal technology.
As early as 2009, Fake Omega Watches first introduced a timepiece with a liquid metal bezel. In fact, they use the limited edition Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch. This sets a precedent, which means that the Seamaster watch is the tool of choice for launching new case technology. Those who are more interested in how Omega produces ceramic bezels and liquid metal (for filling in numbers and markers engraved on the bezel) can refer to our 2011 article. We recently saw Omega launch their new diamagnetic technology for the first time in the Seamaster Aqua Terra 15,000 Goss. So for 2014, it makes sense to introduce another new innovation through something in the Seamaster family.
An interesting reason for Omega to choose GMT is because they feel that the orange bezel can play a color on GMT’s 24-hour hand. This makes sense, but also because many people in the Omega product group feel that the GMT’s approximately 43 mm wide case is the perfect size for the modern Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch… I tend to agree. PO GMT is still the new model launched in 2013, which is a great way to add color to the collection – especially since orange is the signature color in the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean collection.
One of the problems I asked Omega is that what they need to do is to overcome the scientific issues associated with the production of ceramic components. Of course, the specific formula is secret and is currently being patented by the company. Omega is very good and can explain in detail the formulation of the baking process and the basic ceramic power. Ceramics require pigments for color, but pigments usually disappear during very hot sintering. To make a long story short, Omega found that the use of specific rare earth elements stabilizes the pigment and is sufficient to survive the sintering process.
What can happen is to increase brittleness and brittleness with colored ceramics. Because it is used as a scratch-resistant and fade-resistant material in the bezel, I don’t think it is more fragile than black or white ceramics. Again, this may mean that we won’t see the orange ceramic box (orange moon side?) soon. What you need to know is that Omega has not tamper with the image of Omega Ocean Planet Ocean GMT Orange Ceramics. The color is a beautiful orange, and it looks as if they have successfully brought important watch design colors to the ceramic world.
Speaking of liquid metal – Omega uses this process to fill the 24-hour mark on the orange bezel. Here again is another “world premiere” of the watch – it is liquid metal platinum. Platinum is actually the main material on the watch. The Omega watch is available in 950 platinum and the bezel is made of metal with a dial, buckle and strap. Of course I will be reminded by some of the crazy Vacheron Constantin watches in Platinum that I use platinum as much as possible. Here you have an Omega diving watch to do it… I certainly have no predictions coming soon.
At the pointer connection on the dial, you can see the printed small “PT 950” material indication. The surface is very attractive, even though the dial is silvery silver to some extent, it is still very clear. I like the finishing of the face, which is a slightly shiny but sandblasted look. Platinum is not used for hand and hour markers – in this case it is made of 18k white gold. The use of platinum in the buckle is also quite rare. Most platinum Omega watches (which are rarely seen) use 18k white gold as a strap buckle. Not here, the standard Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean developer is made in pure platinum.
Overall, the Omega Sea Hippocampus Marine GMT orange ceramics exceeds 200 grams, but it is more comfortable to wear, so the weight of platinum is not as obvious as you might think – although this is contrary to the Omega Sea World Ocean Time Titanium. The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is water resistant to 600 meters and is indeed a thick watch. It also comes with a helium release valve and your expectations for a serious diving watch. Of course, if you want, you can choose platinum.
As you may already know, all Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watches have an in-house manufactured Omega coaxial movement and are certified by the COSC Observatory. GMT If you recall that there is time to use the Omega 8615 automatic movement, the GMT 24 hour hand is used as the second time zone, as well as the date. In addition to the coaxial escapement, the movement is equipped with a silicone hairspring that does not require lubrication, helping to extend the accuracy of the watch.
You can see the movement at the rear of the chassis through the rear window of the sapphire crystal case. As this is the high-end version of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean, you have 18k rose gold on the automatic rotor and the bridge on the balance wheel. Although not unheard of, it is not uncommon to find timepieces that are waterproof for 500 meters or more. These watches have such showcases.
Omega includes an orange alligator strap and a rubber (and of course orange) and Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT orange ceramic watch. One thing I really like about it is that it doesn’t scream “I am expensive”, even if it is very valuable. Without diamonds, more interesting colors are not suitable for considering platinum. Whether it is bad or very cool. For most Omega fans, this is not important, as Omega has produced a total of 8 pieces of this limited edition watch. Everyone should be excited that the final launch of the orange ceramic technology will soon enter the cheaper Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch. The price is 59,000 Swiss francs.