The new Replica Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch 321Stainless Steel is only the second watch to use Omega’s re-issued Calibre 321 movement – the same movement that was fitted to the Speedmaster watches that were worn on the moon.
Sized at 39.7mm, it’s slightly more subtle than the 42mm ‘Professional’ Swiss Omega Fake Watch that are most popular in the current collection. Featuring a black step dial with a vintage-style applied Omega logo and the famed “Dot over Ninety” bezel the new Speedmaster Moonwatch 321 Stainless Steel is a thorough nod to the version worn by Ed White.
Unlike the original ‘Ed White’ version, the new stainless steel Omega Replica Speedmaster 321 features a polished black ceramic bezel with a tachymeter scale in white enamel, and a sapphire crystal caseback allowing the famed Cal. 321 to be admired in all its glory.
Arguably the most well known of Omega’s collections thanks to its association with the Space Race, the Omega Speedmaster Replicawas introduced in 1957 and became the chronograph against which all others would be measured.Following on from those early days, the Speedy name has been used for a wide variety of different models, including everything from faithful reissues of that moonwalking original to quartz-powered analog/digital display pieces for a new generation of astronauts. There is a broad collection to choose from, and we have isolated a few of the most important.
The most stylistically diverse range of watches in Swiss Omega Fake Watches whole collection, the Seamaster takes in everything from pieces made originally for scientists and technicians, to extraordinarily robust dive monsters able to withstand impossible depths. While the name itself might lead to some puzzlement, many of the Seamaster models are among the most well-known of all, helped along by a certain fictional super spy.
Once the flagship from Omega, the Constellation Replica collection, which also takes in the retro-inspired Globemaster subdivision, is the brand’s dress watch range. A focus on sophistication and refinement, it is an extensive series and features some notable complications and tasteful use of precious metals. Below are a few of its best examples.
Omega De Ville
Introduced in 1960, the Swiss De Ville Fake Watch is another range that previously was part of the Seamaster collection, before breaking away into its own line in 1967. It is also the series most commonly used as a proving ground for Omega’s succession of innovations – for example, it was a De Ville watch that debuted the first Co-Axial movement in 1999. Containing some of the most intricate and flamboyant pieces in the whole of the brand’s portfolio, many crafted from precious metals, this is where many of the priciest offerings can be found.
The Seamaster Diver and the Planet Ocean are two of Omega Replica most popular dive watches. While relatively young models – the Diver is less than 30 years old and the Planet Ocean is less than 15 years old – both Seamaster Professional models have risen to the top of Omega’s must-have models.
In standard Omega form, both the Diver 300M and the Planet Ocean 600M offer a variety of metal options, colors, and bracelet/band selections, resulting in a vast assortment of configurations. Additionally, along with the standard time/date versions, Swiss Omega Fake Watch also makes the Diver Chronograph, the Planet Ocean Chronograph, and the Planet Ocean GMT.
The Planet Ocean GMT has a 43.5mm case and the Planet Ocean Chronograph has a 45.5mm case. To match its ceramic bezel, the Planet Ocean now also has a ceramic dial.
Similarly, Copy Omega modified the case size of the Diver 300 where it is now slightly larger at 42mm compared to the previous 41mm diameter. The Diver 300 now also houses a ceramic dial and welcomes the return of the famed wave pattern.
Omega Seamaster Diver Or Planet Ocean?
Although both are superb Omega Seamaster Replica Watchesthat share plenty of similarities, the Diver and the Planet Ocean offer a different take on the modern dive watch. In short, the Diver is dressier and more embellished than its younger and more robust sibling, the Planet Ocean.