Omega replica Seamaster watches
While Omega’s new Globemaster reach was one of the brand’s more talked about dispatches at the current year’s Baselworld, its most recent Seamaster Chronograph version for Team New Zealand (ETNZ) was presumably a standout amongst the most neglected new discharges — which is reflected by how troublesome despite everything it is to discover official data about it. Luckily, we at DiveIntoWatches.com had the opportunity to quickly handle one of these replica watches uk at Omega’s HQ in Bienne. Consequently, this photograph overwhelming exposition on it during the current week’s version of Dive Watch Wednesday:
Prior ETNZ renditions were fueled by Omega’s Caliber 3330, and restricted to the same number as the year in which the watch was discharged (e.g., 2,013 for the 34th America’s Cup in 2013), so it’s most likely safe to accept that we are managing comparative specs for this watch (unless there is both a constrained and a boundless variant). Additionally, we can accept that the 44-mm watch will probably be committed to the 35th America’s Cup race in 2017, and that the crown at 10 o’clock is still a helium discharge valve (which at present doesn’t bode well for a 300-meter water-safe watch devoted to cruising) – for this situation it likewise goes about as a date corrector btw.
All the above being the situation, this present Omega’s most vital element is its 30-minute regatta clock at 3 o’clock, which measures the five-minute commencement to the start of a regatta. Another decent detail: all its chronograph-related components are in red.The caseback highlights the “ETNZ” logo, as seen on the past model.
Initial introductions: If you don’t care for the run of the mill regatta-clock search however are searching for a cruising themed watch (and wouldn’t fret getting some plunge watch-related elements on top), Omega’s most recent ETNZ chronograph (Ref. 18.104.22.168.99.001) may be something to pay special mind to, since it likewise offers an exceptionally alluring shading blend (additionally because of a titanium case and dial). We are not certain about the white date show – while it offers some equalization for the dial in mix with the 12 o’clock list, a dim one could have been a stunningly better match. We do, in any case, love the general look, the cleaned numbers on the matte earthenware bezel, the new regatta clock on the subdial and the red chronograph pusher at 2 o’clock.