Omega Speedmasterh Watch
5 November, 2014 at 7:08 am in Business
The super famous Replica Omega Planet Ocean line just keeps getting additions. Interestingly enough some of my most popular articles are those on the Omega Expert and the Sea-Speedmaster. People love these things! Last year at Basel 2009 Omega released a diving version of thereplica breitling Bentley Mulliner with the Sea-Speedmaster, and now we will have the Speedmasterh. Yes, the name of the models are getting less and less elegant, but the style is looking sharp, and the interesting new functions are always welcome. Interestingly, this new watch will feature a bit of a lower price as I understand it, with some luxury features as well. First let's look at the style. It is a real departure from the aggressive looks of the rest of the Omega line. The look is smoother and feels more like a boating instrument, but that is the point right? Here are two color varieties. http://www.buyijoy.com/replica-breitling-bentley-flying-b.html indicates that initially the watch will be available with a lacquered white, navy blue, silvered, or black dial. In addition to an available rubber strap in white or black (with a steel deployment clasp), the watch will also be available with a more basic clasp (I think) as well. The design doesn't lend itself too well to a metal bracelet, but perhaps one will come. The case itself is in steel and 43mm wide - almost the same as the Omega Expert (but perhaps marginally smaller). Omega here has departed from using titanium that was so popular with other Omega watches. The watch is water resistant to 100 meters. The case lugs look like loops - such as something you'd find on a boat. The rubber strap however is closely fitted to the case and there is no real gap in the loop hole. The design of the case lends itself to being very smooth, such that nothing on the watch will snag or pull at anything if you are moving around quickly on a boat. This also applied to the pushers that have smoothed out like pebbles. The watch bezel comes in three colors, red, silvered, or blue. Oddly enough, as an option, you can get the dial set with 19 Top Wesselton diamonds (about 0.85 carats). Why? Well not really sure. Cause rich people do most of the boating? This also applied to the watch dial. See the pictured blue and white watch and notice that the dial has duos of diamonds set as the hour markers. Does this really fit with the Omega Speedmaster theme? I have no idea, but I would prefer luminant coated hour markers over diamonds if I actually wanted the watch for a functional purpose. The red and black version above is clearly the "workhorse model." The other version is for someone who sits on deck with a drink and casually asks "does anyone want to know which direction is north? I can totally use my watch to tell you that."