Omega Seamaster Edizione Venezia Fake Watches In Sedna Gold Or Stainless Steel

Out of the blue, Omega today debuted the Omega Seamaster replica watches with white dials, stylish, retro-inspired take on the Seamaster, offered in a highly elegant 39.5mm case, crafted from either Omega’s proprietary 18k Sedna gold or… yes, stainless steel.

On a personal note, the 40mm-wide De Ville Trésor has been probably my favorite modern Omega: it’s classical, restrained, and under-the-radar, but, with its curvy case and dial, it’s plenty interesting for a dress watch. Plus, its Master Co-Axial Chronometer movement delivers all the goodies Omega can engineer into a movement today… So what exactly is the matter with the Trésor? It’s not available in steel but exclusively in —— very pricey ——- gold of different types

Which lead us to the Omega Seamaster Edizione Venezia, new Omega Seamaster fake watches that offer comparably beautiful and restrained styling in classical 39.5mm cases, METAS-certified Master Co-Axial Chronometer movements (now an automatic over the Trésor’s hand-wound), and refreshingly, they do come in Sedna gold and steel. And, if you hadn’t guessed already, there is, of course, a story to go with it as well.

Omega says the idea for the Seamaster’s sea horse logo came when one of Omega’s designers visited Venice and saw the gondolas adorned with this fascinating animal —— he liked the possible connection with it and the Seamaster and, since 1957, the Seahorse emblem has been associated with this collection.

While self-proclaimed Omega historians will certainly know of a few vintage Omega Seamaster copy watches with Swiss mechanical movements from the mid-1900s, I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that most Omega fans and buyers today think not of a vintage dress watch when they hear the word Seamaster.

Yet, this new-for-2017 piece shares numerous design elements with Seamasters of old, reminding everyone that the Seamaster has not always been about chunky, sporty, and colorful. It goes to show that, if you think about it, not only is Omega itself a very versatile and complex brand, but even its collections can be a bit all over the place sometimes.

Omega Hopes to Save the World With the Seamaster Fake Swiss Watches

To celebrate Earth Day and bring awareness to sustainability and global environmental issues, Omega has partnered with the GoodPlanet Foundation to release the elegant Omega Seamaster copy watches. The watch is built from grade five titanium and accented with ocean blue dials, indexes and Omega logo. Available in two models, the piece runs on Omega’s Master Co-Axial Calibre 8605, visible though the sapphire crystal case back.

The 43mm model has the added features of a GMT 24-hour display with a red tipped GMT hand, allowing the wearer to keep track of international time. Each timepiece is engraved with the GoodPlanet Foundation logo on the back in aqua blue and presented in a sustainable bamboo box. Proceeds from the sales of Omega replica watches with white dials will be donated to a social and environmental project set up in Botswana that will encourage the co-existence between humans and wildlife.

 

 

Omega and GoodPlanet have been working together since 2011 in an effort to work toward sustainable development, and in addition to the Omega fake watches with Swiss mechanical movements, will be releasing a documentary later this year about the fragile cohabitation between animals and humans.

Following their award-winning Planet Ocean film, Terra will look back at the natural history of mankind and showcase how it’s possible to change our planet’s future by looking at how we interact with other species. Filmed in Botswana by Yann Arthus Bertrand, the footage will include some of the areas 200,000 indigenous animals and over 400 species of birds.