Introducing: The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph 45.5mm, Omega's First METAS Certified Master Chronograph
As you may know, the momentum Planet Ocean Chronograph 45.5 mm includes the co-pivotal type 9300 development in titanium with blue dial and bezel. The current year’s Baselworld discharge includes another development: the programmed co-hub chronometer type 9901/9900. This is one of the original of developments to be confirmed by METAS (the Swiss Federal establishment of Metrology) and hence, one of the original (alongside a year ago’s Globemaster) of Master Chronometer guaranteed watches. More subtleties on METAS accreditation, the norms, and how it affects Omega can be found in our inclusion here , however presumably the main element is the necessity that the watch endure a magnetic field of 15,000 gauss.
Additionally, the current year’s Seamaster Planet Ocean Chrono 45.5 mm is presently accessible in either Sedna™ gold with a dark artistic bezel OR a Sedna™ gold and treated steel combo with blue ceramic bezel. It is accessible with an elastic tie or a treated steel and Sedna™ gold bracelet.
Another include is a helium get away from valve, for immersion plunging; this new Master Chronometer ensured Seamaster Planet Ocean Chrono can jump up to 600 m (2,000 ft) and has a 60-hour power hold. The higher perspective news, notwithstanding, is the proceeded rollout by Omega of METAS, just as COSC, affirmation across a more extensive scope of product offerings – uplifting news for shoppers, as the omnipresence of magnetic fields in current life makes antimagnetic developments where there’s still a touch of space for watchmaking brands to add genuine utilitarian value.
The Seamaster Planet Ocean Chronograph Master Chronometer 45.5 mm: development, Omega type 9901/9900, segment wheel, vertical grip; antimagnetic to 15,000 gauss, power hold 60 hours, silicon offset spring with antimagnetic escapement; 18k Sedna gold rotor and offset connect for models with Sedna gold cases. Case, 45.50 mm x 18.87 mm, accessible in 18k Sedna gold with dark clay bezel, or treated steel/18k Sedna gold with blue artistic ring. Water obstruction, 60 bar/600 m/2000 ft. Cost has been reported for the steel/Sedna gold model appeared here at CHF 14,500.
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