Omega Seamaster Olympic Games Collection
With the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics being held successfully, replica Omega has released a new Olympic Special Edition. Starting with the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932,replica Omega has been an official timekeeper for 27 times. By agreeing to extend the partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) last year, the relationship between Omega and the Olympic Games will mark the 100th anniversary of the 35th Summer Olympics in 2032. To celebrate this unique achievement as a replica watches brand in advance,replica Omega is a seamaster of five special limited editions inspired by the Olympic rings, while modernly reproducing its stopwatch design used at the 21st Montreal Olympic Games in 1976. Seamaster) collection.
In common for all 5 models, the case material is stainless steel, the size is 39.5mm, and the matte black color dial is colored with white color for chaptering, Arabic numeral index, and hands. Here, five colors (yellow, blue, red, black, and green) that symbolize the five rings are used as a point color for the dial border and second hand, and the color is punched to create a sporty leather strap with good ventilation. Apply to create a unique personality replica watches.
The movement is equipped with an in-house automatic 8800 caliber with co-axial escape (frequency 3.5 Hz, power reserve approx. 55 hours). The Arabesque-style Cote de Geneva pattern, which symbolizes the replica omega manufacturing caliber, can be checked without fail, and by using a large amount of non-magnetic materials such as silicone hair springs and niva gauss, as well as pre-spun balance (added 4 gold weights) with black coating finish It boasts excellent stirrer performance that is not affected by magnetic field environments of over 15,000 gauss. It has also been certified by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) as a Master Chronometer, meaning chronometer above the chronometer.
The transparent sapphire crystal case back exposes the master chronometer movement, adds anodized aluminum coloring to the inside border of the case back, and on top of that, from the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932 to the Los Angeles competition that was confirmed to be held in 2028. The name and year of the host city of the Olympics that participated as a timekeeper were printed together to add the value of the collection. And at the bottom, I added the “Official Timekeeper” English along with the five-wheeled symbol so that I could know at a glance that it was an Olympic Games special edition. For reference, the case waterproof specification is 60m.