Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronograph 41.5mm Replica Watch Review

The Omega Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronograph 41.5mm Replica Watches sure has been around for a good while now, and it admittedly is not the sort of Omega that’s been taking headlines in recent years, but boy, have I grown to love it for all these – and a variety of other – reasons. It is not without its own quirks either, so let’s see how it fares in the long run.

Cheap Omega Replica say this is for enhanced grip and it does work: the 120-click bezel is easy to hold on to and turn anti-clockwise. The interesting thing is how this edge of the bezel works aesthetically with the curved polished edge that runs along the side of the case and the downturned lugs. Sometimes a bezel looks like a necessary evil that had to be incorporated into the design, a pancake with a hole in the middle, stuck on top of the watch to keep it from falling apart.

On the other side of the case we have a helium escape valve, an essential feature for the most serious of desk divers. The quirk here is that although it does indeed allow for unscrewing and tightening, there actually is the date corrector pusher hidden in its center. A helium escape valve with a date corrector in the middle…

The insert of the aforementioned bezel is in blue ceramic – Omega Replica Watches offers the Seamaster 300M Co-Axial Chronograph 41.5mm in two variations. One is this blue, and there is also a black bezel and black dial version. The larger 44mm version gets a few more color combinations. The ceramic bezel is a most welcome update that just looks so much more modern and high quality when compared to metal inserts. The look of the bezel is in line with what we are used to seeing from ceramic. It can shine in bright colors if the light hitting it is powerful and “white” enough, but in other situations it can take on a flat blue look. I think Omega Replica Watches UK most would agree that it looks considerably more high-end and impressive than metal bezel inserts.

The dial is in blue lacquer but done in a way all lacquer dials should be done in Luxury Omega Watches. Under wide lighting conditions, the color shows a lot of depth and richness. Finally, it is a lacquered dial that isn’t terribly flat and boring to look at. It actually looks close to enamel. It is also a good match with the ceramic bezel – the bezel is a bit more matte while the dial looks more “polished,” but they still work neatly. The three sub-dials have a barely visible groove texture to them and do appear off-color to the blue of the dial itself, but viewed in the metal these, and even the white on black date disc, appear to blend together way more than can be seen on a lot of the images. Other design elements, features, and the movement will be discussed in their respective segments below.