Just this week, news of the 1:1 fake Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep dominated the watch world. I’d been saying for a while that a civilian version of the record-breaking Planet Ocean Ultra Deep would be a worthy addition. Lo and behold, Omega replica for sale UK gave us just that, particularly well-executed in the titanium iteration with Manta lugs and no extraneous Helium Escape Valve (HEV). However, to withstand the depths of 6,000 meters, the Ultra Deep has a case thickness of 18.12mm.
While Swiss made fake Omega has done well to cut the case height from 28mm of the 15,000m-rated original, at 18.12mm, it’s still a chunky boy. Moreover, when factoring in the bespoke NATO, the wearing experience is 20mm on the wrist. No doubt, this is still somewhat wearable. Those with well-endowed wrists will be celebrating that the shrinking super clone watch trend doesn’t apply here. But not everyone agrees.
The Omega Seamaster 120
I am somewhat piggy-backing off Nacho’s article wishing for sword hands to return to the luxury fake Omega Seamaster. However, I have my sights on Omega scaling back the case size while maintaining a diving aesthetic. Again, the Seamaster range is not short of options in all shapes and sizes. Nevertheless, I still feel a niche gap could be explored. That gap is a recreational diving timepiece with a thin profile and rotating dive-scale bezel. It’s not like I am asking for something entirely brand new, as high quality replica Omega can draw from its heritage for this conceptual piece. Namely, the Seamaster 120 from 1966 already has a skin-diver aesthetic. The 120 could adopt a place in the catalog that slots above the Aqua Terra as more tool-focused but less technical than the super clone Omega Seamaster Diver 300M.
It would be more akin to the Seamaster 300, but even as an owner of that watch, I admit that AAA replica Omega UK could still trim the fat on the case. Although the namesake “120” may put off potential buyers as not tough enough, in reality, the advancement of technology could achieve greater depths even with a tight package. As I said before, the Aqua Terra 150M and Diver 300M could probably stretch beyond their certified depths, so the 120 could also do the same. But why not reference such an iconic copy watch online name from the Seamaster’s history?
Reaching depths of the ocean, not case height
My proposition would be a steel watch measuring 37-38mm in diameter that targets a sub-12mm case height. Whether that includes the sapphire glass or not is up for debate, but the watch has to feel rested against the skin with minimal protrusion. The new 38mm Swiss replica Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra models are admittedly very close to this spec, but they’re a bit distanced from my vision with the colorful dials and polished cases.
There are hundreds of Seamaster SKUs, and if anything, Swiss movement fake Omega could do with cutting out what is not performing. That said, I believe this model could rely on only two variations in this range. Perhaps one with a rubber strap and another with a thoroughly brushed tapering flat-link bracelet. You may begin to realize this sounds similar to an Oris Divers Sixty-Five. And you’d be right, as I was thinking of this watch as a source of inspiration. Of course, drawing from another brand is taboo, but top quality replica Omega would be referencing a model of its own past from the same era. And sharing a design ethos is also something we see today, as the O-Megasteel version of the Ultra Deep looks uncannily like the Rolex Deepsea Sea-Dweller — especially with that blue/black gradient dial.
In conclusion, cheap replica Omega, please bring back the Seamaster 120. More precisely, revise the model line as a recreational skin diver’s watch with a stainless steel sub-12mm case and a 37-38mm diameter. Even more, give it a rotating dive bezel (in aluminum) and a manual-winding version of caliber 8912. This is territory unexplored by Omega replica online UK for some time, and the result could become the perfect summer beach watch.