Introducing: The Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection
With the 2018 Olympic Winter Games commencing in Pyeongchang, South Korea on February 9th, we as a whole anticipated that Omega should create a run of restricted release fake watch prices to commemorate the large occasion. What was less expected is the new Seamaster Olympic Games Collection, which traverses five colorways of another model intended to commemorate not the 2018 games explicitly, but instead Omega’s presently 86-year history as the Official Timekeeper for the games.
Why This fake watch prices Matters
With a stopwatch-motivated plan and a negligible measure of Olympic-explicit marking, these new Seamasters offer an allure that isn’t restricted to those inspired by (or taking part in) the Olympics. Omega’s Olympic-themed restricted releases come in a wide scope of nuance and many offer a more niche request when compared to the standard model of a similar fake watch prices Each reference of the Seamaster Olympic Games Collection is emphasized in one of the Olympic ring tones: blue, yellow, dark, green, and red.
Sporting a little utilization of the Olympic rings under the date show at six, the plan association with the Olympics is downplayed and pleasantly highlighted by the utilization of particular tones. Alongside offering an immediate association for those intently attached to the games, the Seamaster Olympic Games Collection is additionally a handsome, readable, and rather fun restricted version model. At a more extensive level, this is another welcome illustration of a section highlight Omega’s in-house Co-Axial Master Chronometer developments, comparable to the $4,900 cost of the non-restricted Seamaster Railmaster shown at Basel last year.
With a dial configuration roused by mid-70s stopwatches, which Omega utilized at the games in Montreal and Innsbruck, these Seamasters are attractive, measure like, and have a distinction that addresses their association with the universe of athletics. The 39.5mm steel case is a straightforward Seamaster shape and leaves a large portion of the heavy lifting to the dial. With strong Arabic numerals, a date show, and a shading composed heartbeat scale on the dial edge (proposed for estimating one’s heartbeat); these Seamasters offer a decent and utilitarian showcase that utilizes their emphasize colors. From the more genuine dark adaptation to the stunning blue and yellow variations, I’d have a hard time picking my number one tone (simply joking, it’s blue).
Omega’s 100-year term as the Official Timekeeper proceeds until 2032, and hence, they are delivering about 2032 bits of each shading variation. Enclosing the presentation case back is a rundown of the host urban communities in which Omega has been (or will be) the Official Timekeeper for the Olympics, up to Los Angeles 2028. Whether you’re a lifelong fanatic of the Olympics or just burrow the retro stopwatch esthetic and front line development, the Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection is an unpretentious turn on an Olympic restricted version with extraordinary estimating, a solid utilization of shading, and a simple wearing vibe.
Model: Seamaster Olympic Games Collection
Reference Number: 5220.127.116.11.01.00X
Case Material: Stainless steel
Dial Color: Black and white with hued emphasizes matching the five Olympic Rings
Indexes: Printed Arabic numerals
Lume: Yes, on hands and numerals
Water Resistance: 60 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Perforated leather tie with shaded accents matching the dial
Caliber: In-House Caliber 8800
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, and date
Power Reserve: 55 hours
Frequency: 25,200 vph
Additional Details: METAS ensured Master Chronometer, Co-Axial escapement, magnetic protection from 15,000 gauss
Estimating & Availability
Limited Edition: 2,032 pieces in each of the five colorways
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