Omega Released The Latest Planet Ocean Series Watch

Omega chose Capri, a tiny Italian island, to promote its latest ‘Star Ocean’ series of watches (while introducing a new partnership, it also Two heavyweight announcements were issued). On the small island of Capri in the Gulf of Naples, Omega showed the design concept of the latest Seamaster Planet Ocean series watch & mdash; & mdash; sailing around a island with a long history, inadvertently breaking into the legendary The colorful blue cave, just at this time, the mermaid appeared in the water, and sincerely presented a new orange Omega Planet Ocean Chronometer.

Haima Planet Ocean series of this watch, specially designed for divers, water resistance to 600 meters. The watch first struck in 2004 and is a dynamic Omega design. This watch has a classic three-hand shape with case diameters of 42 mm and 45.5 mm. In addition to the 45.5mm case, this series of cases also has a slightly feminine version & mdash; & mdash; a 37.5mm case specially designed for women. All watches in this series are equipped with Omega’s newly developed mechanical coaxial movements 8500/8501, 8520/8521 and the new 9300 (exclusive for chronograph movements).

PlanetThis Planet Ocean timepiece is made of stainless steel and has an orange aluminum bezel, a black ceramic bezel, or a blue ceramic titanium bezel and a liquid metal logo. At three o’clock on the subdial, 12-hour and 60-minute chronographs are displayed. This is the same design as the new Omega Speedmaster Moon series shown at Basel World in 2011. Planet ocean watches are unique in that they are equipped with newly developed silicon 14 hairspring technology. Judging from Omega’s four-year factory warranty for this watch, this technology is obviously very reliable.