Replica Omega’s “Olympic medal” – the new series of hippocampus Olympic gold watch

OMEGA is inspired by Olympic medals and features three new Gold Coast Seamaster Olympic gold luxury replica watches for sale.

Omega in 1932 for the first time as the official timing of the Olympic Games, PyeongChang Winter Olympics will be the twenty-eighth Omega shoulder Olympic timekeeping task. Omega’s cooperation with the Olympic Games has been extended to 2032, creating a century-old Olympic legend.
To pay tribute to this legend, Omega uses three different gold finishes to create three watches each measuring 39.5 mm in diameter, in yellow 18-karat gold, Sedna® 18-karat gold and white Canopus 18-karat gold. One Canopus gold is a new white alloy, full of lasting color and pure colors make the watch noble and noble style.

Omega Seamaster Olympics Gold Watch -Sedna® 18K Gold
All three models are equipped with “leaf-shaped” pointers and hour markers made of 18-karat gold and white enamel arched dial with chic Omega vintage logos. Minutes and “Seamaster” characters are made of enamel.
In order to show the long origins of Omega and the Olympic Games, watch watch back with 18K gold ring, printed on the ring from 1932 Los Angeles Olympic Games to 2032 Los Angeles Olympic GamesOmega Omega as the official timekeeping host city and its Date held. Omega’s legendary journey through the Olympic Games this unforgettable design presented in the eyes of the world.

Omega Seamaster Olympics Gold Watch – White Canopus 18K Gold

Omega Seamaster Replica Olympic Games gold watch – yellow 18K gold models
Watch with brown or black leather strap, equipped with the internal coaxial Omega 8807 Observatory movement. The entire watch and movement must pass the rigorous testing set by the Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS) in order to attain the Peugeot Observatory certification.
Omega released the new Seamaster Olympic gold watch at the opening of PyeongChang Winter Olympics in February 2018 and look forward to the successful holding of this world-class winter sports event.