Omega Replica Unveils Two New Trésor Models That Support Efforts to Prevent Blindness

While the Speedmaster and Seamaster get all the attention, don’t overlook luxury fake Omega De Ville collection, a range of classic, slim timepieces that warrant a place in watchmaking history: In 1999, the De Ville became the first serially produced wristwatch to feature Omega’s Co-Axial Escapement, which the brand acquired in 1993 from watchmaking legend George Daniels, through its parent company, the Swatch Group.

That legacy of technological prowess encased in an elegant wristwatch design is evident in two new Trésor models Swiss movement replica Omega just added to the De Ville lineup. Both watches come in 40 mm stainless steel cases with domed gradient blue dials, polished hands and applied domed indexes in 18k white gold. One features a polished bezel, while the other has a bezel set with diamonds.
Besides their refined good looks, the clone models stand out for the charming teddy bear — in the same color of light blue as the varnished seconds hand — that replaces the number 8 on the date indicator at the bottom of the dial. The bear, which is meant to conjure the plush toys given to children undergoing eye surgery, is a symbol of Omega’s 9-year-old partnership with Orbis International, a nonprofit dedicated to helping fight avoidable blindness. The organization operates sight-saving programs in 19 countries worldwide and is famed for its Flying Eye Hospital, a former cargo plane converted into a state-of-the-art teaching facility complete with operating room, classroom and recovery room.

Purchasing one of the new Trésor models raises money to assist Orbis in its global eye care mission.
The Omega replica watches with blue leather straps are equipped with Omega’s Calibre 8511, with 18-karat red gold balance bridge and come on blue leather straps with polished buckles. Each carries a certificate of authenticity and a 5-year warranty, and is presented in a special box with a teddy bear key holder.

The version with the polished bezel retails for $6,500 and the version with the diamond-set bezel retails for $11,800.

Best Quality Replica Omega Speedmaster World Cup Semi-Final Preview (It Jus Got Serious)

We are racing towards the Quarter-Final voting deadline. Our predictions are beaten, battered, and bruised. Ultimately, we came pretty close to calling how this would go but there were some disgustingly unforeseen bumps in the road of this, the latest round of the luxury fake Omega Speedmaster World Cup…

So how did your favorites fare? Two of the four Quarter-Finals were one-sided affairs (as we’d imagined they would be), but despite that, huge numbers turned out to vote for the losers. Despite not progressing, the FOiS and the Apollo XI 45th Anniversary model have their followers.

In fact, the surge of the FOiS couldn’t have come at a better time, as the model seems to be waving goodbye to the copy Omega catalog/has already packed its bags and left. If your local dealer has one clinging to the shop window for dear life, now’s the time to pull the trigger and put the poor blighter out of its misery.

The Apollo XI 45 is a misunderstood beast. To some, it is simply too far removed from what makes Speedmasters great to really be considered a contender; to others, that’s exactly what made it the best. But what of the other entrants? How did the overall favorites fare as we barrel towards the weekend’s Final Four(?) run-off…

Quarter-Final 1: RJ “The Terrible” Broer devours all in his wake

Our sweet and merciful bossman was not shy about telling the Fratelli he’d rather have seen his beloved Moonshine make it out of his stacked Group A, but it seems the black bezel fake Omega Speedmaster 2015 Silver Snoopy is doing him proud. It crushed British Ben’s FOiS, but the plucky outsider put up a good fight. Now, the only question that remains is can the Snoopy be stopped?

The Swiss movement replica Omega Snoopy has been touted as a potential champ from the get-go. It quickly took a stranglehold of Group A and roundly dismissed its QF challenger, and it did this despite its champion’s loyalties being clearly torn. Given the immense demand for this model, it is kind of funny that RJ (who owns a 2015 Snoopy, hand-engraved by astronaut Charlie Duke) might find himself squaring off in the final against either the Ed White 321 (which he owns and loves), the Snoopy III (which he has on order and loves), or the ST1 (which he was responsible for bringing to life…and loves).

As such, we might see him cross party lines and vote AGAINST himself. But for that to happen, he first needs to get past the Flying Floridian, who just authored the comeback of comebacks in…