Saturday, November 12, 2016

Something Reassuring

From Omega -

Courtesy of Omega
I have mentioned, on more than one occasion, that the one thing holding Omega back in the minds of the general public is a simple lack of product consistency.  New variations of dive watches are issued to match virtually every sporting event, movie or partnership that the pr firm can imagine ; )

But for me, this is the Seamaster.  A tweak here, an upgrade there, a co-axial movement.  But this (if Omega is willing to not fiddle with it) is going to be the iconic vision of the Seamaster for many of u.
41 mm of stainless steel, a unidirectional ratcheting bezel, co-axial movement, water resistant to 300 meters, helium escape valve. 

Let's hope the design team in Biel/Bienne doesn't get the fidgets!

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