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The Omega Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean 600m

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The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M checks all of the right boxes both being an everyday sporty luxury watch, in addition to a robust diving instrument. It's surprising to consider the Seamaster Planet Ocean collection only has existed for any dozen years. Given its recognition, credibility, and recognition, it seems like it's existed for much more than that. Actually,  the Seamaster Planet Ocean is a little a high profile in the realm of luxury watches. With looks and abilities such as these, it's unsurprising. Let's join in and explore.

As the Planet Ocean might be a bit of a new, the Seamaster line has been available since 1948. Therefore, the Seamaster may be the earliest Omega collection still being produced today. When it was initially presented, the Seamaster was offered being an elegant dress watch that may handle some splashing. For gentlemen who'd fine tastes as well as an active lifestyle. Today, the Seamaster collection features a wide range of water ready timepieces in the elegant Aqua Terra to rugged tool watches such as the Planet Ocean. However, that spirit still remains Omega Seamaster watches are robust timepieces for individuals with fine tastes.

For example take this Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean 600M ref. 232.92.42.21.03.001. A part of a bigger group of PO watches in many size, materials, and colours, this specific model is definitely an ultralight version. Crafted in titanium, this Planet Ocean sports a 42mm situation plus a blue Liquidmetal—Omega's proprietary alloy—aceramic bezel. When compared with its 45.5mm counterpart, this 42mm situation is really a more restrained method of a day to day luxury sports watch. The matching blue dial hosts large double broad-arrow hands, baton indexes, and silver Arabic numerals at 6,9, and 12.

Nowhere and titanium form of the Planet Ocean 600M is particularly sporty because of its blue rubber strap. Omega's high-quality rubber strap is famously comfortable to put on. It's also especially attractive because of the white-colored stitching around the blue material. There's even the matching titanium deployant clasp that keeps everything safely in position.

Since it's name suggests, the Planet Ocean 600M should explore marine landscapes, boasting water proofing to 600 meters deep. Although this titanium and blue Seamaster Planet Ocean looks great ashore, let's remember it's a diving watch. From the unidirectional rotating bezel and effective lume to the helium escape valve, the Seamaster Professional Planet Ocean 600M ref. 232.92.42.21.03.001 was created to dive.

While it's customary for watches for diving to possess a solid caseback to help keep water out, Omega managed to possess a transparent caseback for those to admire the Cal. 8500 working away within. Caliber 8500 is Omega's in-house automatic mechanical movement that provides 60 hrs of power reserve. Superbly decorated with arabesque Geneva waves, the movement comes outfitted using the famous Omega Co-Axial escapement. Plus, there's even the free-sprung balance, a set of barrels mounted in series, and bi-directional automatic winding.

From overboard to starboard side to boardroom bound, the Seamaster Planet Ocean is really a fine option for an extravagance diver's watch. Exactly what do you consider the Seamaster Planet Ocean? Would you such as this particular model having a titainum situation and blue details? Share your ideas around within the comments section below.

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