Omega had big marketing plans for the Seamaster 300M when it was new. Notably was its popularity both as a professional diving watch and also on the wrists of would-be 007s. Omega used the Seamaster 300M Replica Watches as the British spy Bond watch during the 1990s which for many solidified the importance of the Omega Seamaster for men who followed pop culture. At the time Rolex was doing nothing of the sort to reach mainstream audiences.
In my opinion, the Seamaster 300M dial with its distinctive hands and hour markers is a design that has aged well. I do admit that when I first learned about the design long ago it didn’t do much for me. It took years of looking at other sport watch dials to appreciate that Swiss Omega Fake Watches made something with the enduring power of a Submariner – but with a more contemporary and active feel to it.
Everything about the Seamaster 300M is new for 2018 and for the purposes of this article I am going to focus on the steel. For a long time, titanium Seamaster 300M models complimented the steel ones. To begin with, the modern generation of Seamaster 300M Omega Fake Watches for 2018 have only one titanium model – which is a limited edition produced in titanium, Sedna gold, and tantalum. Omega did however produce a fair number of two-tone steel and 18k Sedna or yellow gold models.
To examine the important details of the 2018 Seamaster 300M watches let’s begin by looking at the movement. It goes without saying that Omega has included the Seamaster 300M into its family of Master Chronometer watches, which means it contains an in-house made METAS certified “Co-Axial Master Chronometer” movement. The movement is the Omega Replica Watches caliber 8800 automatic. Operating at 3.5Hz with a co-axial escapement, the caliber 8800 has a power reserve of 55 hours and uses a silicon hairspring and non-magnetic parts which give the movement a super high resistance to magnetic fields. The movement offers the time and date.
One change to the Omega Replica dial for the 2018 models is the position of the date window, which is now at a more symmetrical position at 6 o’clock. Omega also tells us that new rules exist saying that dive watches need to have luminous points at all 12 hour markers. Thus, the Seamaster 300M has a small hour marker under the date window. According to these new rules, the Submariner would not pass given that on most models the date window replaces the hour indicator at 3 o’clock.