The Right Choice - Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Titanium

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean was first born in 2005. Although the orange circle at that time can be said to be hard to find, the movement still uses the movement of the old Seamaster. So in 2011, Omega released the newly upgraded Planet Ocean. Because the color ceramic technology at that time was not very mature, the ceramic bezel was not popular, so the upgraded watches only used the 85 series and 93 series calibers.

The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Titanium has been upgraded for the second time. In the second upgrade, in addition to the popularization of the ceramic ring and the movement reaching the Observatory standard, the watch diameter of the men's model has also changed from 42 mm to 43.5 mm.

The Right Choice - Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M Titanium

The orange bezel is paired with the brown dial, and the effect is much milder. And I also think it's okay to have orange elements, not necessarily all orange. For the use of orange, this titanium version is just right. The gray silicon nitride ceramic bezel is filled with orange rubber only at the 15-minute scale, which is both embellished and eye-catching and practical. Buy Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean replica watches.

In addition to the bezel, the grade 5 titanium dial has the indexes, hands, text and strap edges and stitching, for the use of orange. Especially the combination of orange and gray will highlight an inexplicable sense of luxury. The material of this watch is officially said to use grade 5 titanium alloy. The so-called grade 5 titanium alloy is what we often call Ti 6Al-4V. That is, the titanium alloy contains 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium. Compared with other titanium alloys, the biggest advantage of this titanium alloy is its strength, so it can be "drawn" and "polished" at the same time.

The reason why many brands do not use grade 5 titanium is because its processing technology is complex and difficult. In addition to the aerospace field, this material is currently most commonly used in oil fields. So grade 5 titanium is used on the watch, and you don't have to worry about its strength at all.