Wonderful Replica Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 15000 Gauss With 8508 Co-Axial Movement

If you have a watch, but it is wrong that probably with the antimagnetic problem, after all, there is still a lot magnetic field that we can’t see in our lives. Although we can not see whether it is magnetic, the internal parts are very easy to be interfered by the magnetic field. For the parts are very sensitive to magnetic fields, especially for the balance spring, because it is a metal alloy material, so that it can seriously affect the walking. So the appearance of the magnetic movement is very necessary, just like this replica Omega Seamaster watch.

Appearance:

This black dial fake Omega Seamaster watch is the classic one of the fake Omega Seamaster series, matching the 41.5mm stainless steel case, and same material bracelet. For the dial, that is black paint, with a little yellow, and vertical texture. For the second hand with black and yellow color, which represents antimagnetic.

Movement:

Its movement is 8508 co-axial movement, which is the most amazing work in the watchmaking industry, even in the 15000 gauss magnetic field still can be perfect.

Comments:

This white scale fake Omega watch is higher than other watches in antimagnetic, not using the soft iron to protect the movement, just adopting the Si14 balance spring, which with the good antimagnetic and stability.

Omega Seamaster Diver 300M ‘Commander’s Fake Swiss Watches Inspired By James Bond 007

News of the latest James Bond tribute watch was kept top secret ahead of its official announcement. But our own David Bredan infiltrated Omega’s boat-party launch event (drysuit over tuxedo, of course) to bring us these hands-on pictures of the new Omega Seamaster replica watches and save the world.

James Bond jokes aside, David did join Omega for the unveiling event on the River Thames in London, and here is the colorful new watch dedicated to the fictitious secret agent. In the colors of the UK’s Royal Navy, the “Commander’s Watch” is not for a single specific movie, but rather celebrates the cult of Bond and commemorates several film anniversaries at once.

Surely, from Omega’s point of view, there are not enough opportunities to capitalize on the star power of 007 and their Official Timekeeper (or something of the sort) relationship with the film franchise. As noted, Omega copy watches with Swiss movements are not for a film, like the Seamaster Aqua Terra for Spectre or the solid gold Goldfinger watch, for example – not that we require such a reason for making a new watch.

Rather, someone noticed that 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of You Only Live Twice (1967), the 40th anniversary of The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), and the 20th anniversary of Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). Missed opportunity for a “trilogy” with a watch for each movie? With a current list of 26 James Bond films since the first in 1962, though, we could potentially expect something similar every couple of years. In fact, there will be no fewer than four Bond film anniversaries to celebrate in 2019… so save a spot in your watch box for that limited edition.

By 1997, Omega was the Bond watch for the second time in Tomorrow Never Dies after the relationship began with GoldenEye in 1995. It was a Seiko in The Spy Who Loved Me and the Bond watch in You Only Live Twice has not been positively identified, according to my internet research. Beginning with GoldenEye and for a number of movies, the spy often wore a blue Omega Seamaster Diver 300M.

So, while 007 tribute and prop watches have come from other lines, such as the (confusingly named, but different from the 300M) Seamaster 300 (Spectre edition hands-on here), Aqua Terra, and Planet Ocean (as here for Skyfall), Omega Seamaster fake watches with white dials are relevant and fitting for the Omega and 007 relationship.

But the triple anniversary doesn’t fully explain the watch or its red-white-and-blue color theme. The elegant Omega Seamaster replica watches are referencing and channeling the Royal Naval Reserve Commander facet of the James Bond character. If you’re like me and not totally caught up on every movie and the complex 007 universe, it might be getting a bit arcane for you too.

For the launch event, Omega CEO Raynald Aeschlimann explained that Omega was “fascinated” by Bond’s “connection to the Royal Navy, which is an organization that Omega also has history with, and we wanted to pay tribute to his rank as Commander.” In each of the three films that the Commander’s Watch pays tribute to, Bond is apparently seen wearing his official military uniform at some point. Good enough for me.

Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer Platinum Fake Watches Hands-On

At this year’s Baselworld, Omega introduced the Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Master Chronometer Limited Edition, a totally new Aqua Terra with a 43mm platinum case, in-house METAS-certified Master Chronometer 8939 movement, and a hand-crafted enamel world map on its dial. It serves as a halo piece for the rest of this year’s new Aqua Terra collection, which we broadly covered here. Somewhat surprisingly, the noble Omega Seamaster replica watches are the first worldtimer watches that Omega has produced and one of only a few watches which Omega has elected to case in platinum.


Over the years, the Seamaster Aqua Terra range has been reimagined several times. Omega’s new-for-2017 Seamaster Aqua Terra collection has been updated with more symmetrical cases, a redesigned conical crown, horizontal as opposed to vertical grain on the dial (which Omega calls their “teak concept”), a new six o’clock location for the date, and most notably, the inclusion of the METAS-certified Omega Master Chronometer 8800 or 8900 co-axial calibers.

While there are visual cues that help easily identify it as an Aqua Terra family member, the Omega Seamaster copy watches with mechanical movements are a largely different animal from the rest of the Aqua Terra line.

Starting with the dial, Omega has combined high-end materials like platinum, 18k gold, and of course the elegant hand-enameled world map to produce something striking. The dial’s outermost portion is produced from “sand-blasted platinum-gold” and is printed with 24 world cities. Color choice for the world destinations is coded, with red representing GMT, black to mean these locations are plus one hour in the summer, and blue to demonstrate locales which do not observe daylight savings.

Inside the outer ring of world destinations, there are 18k yellow gold applied hour markers filled with Super-LumiNova. The inner dial is sapphire crystal with an enameled map of the Northern Hemisphere as seen from the North Pole. Surrounding the world map is a 24-hour register which is also color-coded black and white for day and night. Note that the time zone often represented on the delicate Omega replica watches by Paris or Geneva is here represented as Bienne, Switzerland, where Omega is based.

Worldtimer dials can be a cluttered mess, and while Omega fake watches with brown leather straps have a lot going on, the wealth of information is carefully organized and spread out over enough dial real estate to make the functions actually useful and easy to read. The contrast provided by the gold hands and indices also makes the main time very legible. Upsizing the case to 43mm from the 41mm width of most men’s Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra helped create dial space for all that information but also called for more of that sweet, sweet platinum.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue Ceramic GMT Replica Watches Hands-On

The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue Ceramic GMT may have one of the most descriptive product names out there – it’s a Planet Ocean that is indeed very big and very blue. And, in truth, it is also quite expensive. Let’s see where your money goes if you get one of these Big, Blue, Beautiful, Expensive things when they become available later in the year.

For lack of a better analogy, I like to look at the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue as a fully spec’ed-out Audi or BMW – it is based on a model range that you can enter at a much lower price point, but this particular specimen has all the latest tech both on the inside and out. While its $10k+ price point very clearly puts it up against some tough competition coming from all sorts of places, there is enough going on here to make me want to review the Seamaster Big Blue soon.

For me, the primary takeaway message I have from this watch after seeing it hands-on at Baselworld 2017 was something along the lines of “I have to see how this blue ceramic fairs in the real world” because, while I have worn ceramic watches before, how this Big Blue watch works on a day-to-day basis is something I want to see for myself. How lastingly interesting, comfortable, quality-exuding, and versatile it is in the mid- to long-run, we’ll only know when Omega starts rolling it out. For now, however, we’ll start on the outside and work our way inwards from there to understand what Omega’s latest and supposedly greatest advancements in case and movement manufacturing can offer.

The most important thing to clarify about the Arabic numerals Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Blue Ceramic GMT replica watches is a certain dissonance between how it looks in images and how it actually is in the real world – you only need to lift it off the watch tray to see for yourself what I’m about to say. Because blue, especially such a saturated, deep blue, we scarcely see quality, durable materials take on, when seeing it in images alone (particularly in official images such as in our release article here) I found myself prone to associating it with a plasticky look and “feel” – though you really can’t make that conclusion from images alone.

That, however, couldn’t be further from the case. Omega watches are very far from being the lightest in the crowd, and the Big Blue is no exception to that rule, thanks to its massive, solid ceramic case and bezel and its also rather generously proportioned automatic movement. In the hand, even upon first impression, the Big Blue feels not only heavy, but also remarkably solid.

Omega did something very cool and brought along a five-piece puzzle to show how the case is crafted from a solid block of ceramic along with a number of other production pieces for the bezel and case-back. Unlike the Chanel J12 and nearly all other ceramic-cased watches, small calendar Omega copy watches do not use a steel inner core with a thin and relatively brittle ceramic layer wrapped around it. Instead, the case is solid ceramic through and through.

It wouldn’t be surprising to learn the technology was coming from Swatch Group sister-brand and ceramic expert Rado, whose HyperChrome ceramic from about five years ago did away with the steel core thanks to its mold-injection ceramic-manufacturing technology. Not a broadly advertised connection, this one, but it would only make sense for Omega to harness the group’s technology and that, fortunately, is exactly what happened.

Both Rado’s HyperChrome and Omega’s ceramic manufacturing process begins with a mold into which “a special zirconium-based powder” is injected. That light blue, large piece you see wrapped in glass in the top left corner of the image above is how the case looks at that stage. It is rather accurately in the case’s final shape, already incorporating all openings for the bracelet, side inserts, as well as the crown and pushers (on applicable case designs). The injected zirconium oxide inside the mold is then subjected to an extremely high pressure of around 1,000 bar and then cooled down and removed from the mold.

At this point, it has shrunk considerably to the size you see in the lower left corner of the image above. Notice how deep blue it has become by the end of this process, indicating that the material itself is colored in its entire depth. It is here where we should note that colored ceramic (and especially in such massive and complex pieces) is extremely rare in watchmaking.
Monochrome ceramics have prevailed in white, black, or tones of grey because the moment you start adding pigments to ceramic and then exposing said pigments multiple times to immense heat (more on that in a bit), they react with the ceramic compound and result in discolorations and inconsistencies on the surface and inside the material itself. More often than not, this results in unacceptable numbers of rejects that are not salvageable but took a lot of effort to produce nevertheless.
As such, the initial high-pressure treatment is followed by a sintering process at 1,450 degrees Celsius (2,642° F), further strengthening and shrinking the material that now even more closely resembles the final shape and is now ever harder and more scratch-resistant.

Omega explains: “for such a tough material, it then takes diamond tools to add the defining edges and grooves while also being lubricated and cooled by high-pressure oil solutions. A three-hour plasma treatment in a 20,000° C furnace then paves the way for precision laser-engraving.”

All this noted, what’s really super impressive is how Omega can finish ceramic which is about five times harder than steel, coming in at around 1,200 Hv on the Vickers scale against 316L and 904L steel’s 180-490 Hv (depending on compound, and heat- and surface treatments, the result varies quite a bit for stainless steel). What you see above is the final case on the left before finishing touches and, on the right, the finished product ready to be assembled. All these wonderful fake watches are good on your daliy as well as your work time. Why not have a try?