Motivated by the achievement of 2016’s Planet Ocean Deep Black (we expounded on it here ), Omega set out to make a combination GMT and jumpers’ watch molded from a single square of blue ceramic.
The resulting Seamaster Planet Ocean “Big Blue” marks the first occasion when that Omega has conveyed a case made entirely from blue artistic.
Just as this, the watch sports a blue ceramic dial with an orange GMT track. Adding shimmer to the blue dial are hands and files in white gold with a white Super-LumiNova coating.
The blue fired bezel includes a diving scale with Liquidmetal numerals. A mix of orange elastic and ceramic covers the initial 15 minutes. Orange elastic infusions have additionally been utilized to shading the Omega logo on the crown and helium get away from valve symbol.
The converse side of the “Big Blue” was designed to be not less eye-catching than the primary face. With its alveol design screw-in caseback, it includes a protected clay Naiad Lock that keeps the engraved wording in position.
The Planet Ocean “Big Blue” is water-impervious to 60 bar (600 meters/2,000 feet) and is driven by the Omega Master Chronometer type 8906. Beating at 25,200 vibrations each hour and impervious to magnetic fields of 15,000 gauss, this self-winding development has been tried at the industry’s highest level, passing every one of the 8 tests set by the Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS). It offers a force save of 60 hours.
The blue elastic tie with orange stitching and orange edges is held to the wrist by a blue ceramic foldover clasp.
The cost of the new Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Big Blue” is Swiss Francs 10,400/Euro 10,300. omegawatches.com