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The new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Deep Black” Collection

By Victor Baker


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Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

Omega’s beautiful Seamaster Planet Ocean is back into our lives with four new wonderful iterations, part of the brand’s new “Deep Black” collection. First launched in 1948, the Omega Seamaster quickly became a symbol of elegance and functionality, with many different designs made famous by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the great James Bond, Prince William, Joe Biden or Jeremy Clarkson.

Today’s Seamaster Planet Ocean “Deep Black” collection brings new and interesting features to the table, with Omega deciding to craft the 45.5 mm cases – be it Red, Blue, Black or Sedna™ Gold – from a single block of black ceramic, with unidirectional rotating bezels and dials also made out of ceramic. A domed and tough sapphire crystal featuring anti-reflective treatment keeps everything intact and ticking.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

Capable of handling ocean depths of up to 600 m, 2,000 ft. or 60 bar, this new Seamaster Planet Ocean is definitely the perfect watch to take underwater. Rubber and ceramic have been mixed together for the sleek dial of this timepiece, while the hands and indexes were created from 18K Sedna™ gold or 18K white gold, and white Super-LumiNova coating emits green and blue colors to keep the diver in check when  he’s in the dark.

The diving scale on the ceramic bezel and the Omega logo on the crown have been decorated with Liquidmetal® or Omega Ceragold™, while additional new features include the Alveol pattern on the back and patented ceramic Naiad Lock.

Powered by the Omega Master Chronometer Calibre 8906, that’s backed up by 60 hours worth of energy, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Deep Black” timepieces cost EUR 10,400 for the Black, Blue and Red models, while the Sedna™ Gold model will set you back exactly EUR 13,900.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean

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