For the month of October, eBay is having a special event to highlight its vast assortment of Omega watches. There is about every variation of Omega Speedmaster, Seamaster, De Ville, and Constellation watch as part of the event, with select offerings at up to 30% off the regular price.
Here, we selected three Omega watches from the eBay event that represent what the brand is all about. Watch our video above browsing the event, and below see the three Omegas.
The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean is one of the brand’s flagship dive watches, and this variant with a blue dial and blue ceramic bezel is one of the most popular out there — for good reason, as the Planet Ocean is probably one of the best representations of luxury and serious tool-watch specs in one package.
Measuring 45.5mm-wide, this Planet Ocean is water resistant to 600M (or, 2000 feet) and is done in a lightweight titanium case with titanium bracelet. Being the higher-end Seamaster, the Planet Ocean has a blue ceramic unidirectional bezel. Note that the diving scale on the bezel is done in Omega’s proprietary Liquidmetal. Legibility, great finishing, and serious dive-watch specs all in a refined package is what the Planet Ocean is made of.
Powering the watch is the in-house Omega 8500 movement with Co-Axial escapement and a 60-hour power reserve.
The Speedmaster Moonwatch is the iconic chronograph, and not just from Omega. However, for this short roundup we wanted to put the spotlight on a different model (though there are many moon watches available as part of the event), this Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer in particular. More contemporary and sporty, this Speedmaster Racing chronograph aims for versatility and luxury in an everyday watch with an in-house METAS-certified movement.
Measuring 44.25mm-wide and 14.9mm-thick, this Speedmaster Racing chronograph has case and dial refinements, such as a subtly grained dial and guilloché pattern on the sub-dials at 3 and 9 o’clock. The classic Speedmaster bezel is done in black ceramic, and you’ll see the racing minute-track running around the outer edge of the dial, which gives this line the “Racing” designation. It’s subtle in black and silver, but the orange Speedmaster font and tip of the seconds hand adds a sporty touch.
The METAS-certified in-house Omega 9900 movement powers the Omega Speedmaster Racing Master Chronometer, which has a 60-hour power reserve.
Omega and the GoodPlanet Foundation have had a partnership for several years now with the mission of raising awareness for environmental conservation. This Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M GoodPlanet watch is a very balanced piece that is dressy but also has an attention-grabbing white lacquer dial with vibrant blued hands and indices.
Measuring 38.5mm-wide and 12.84mm-thick, this Aqua Terra will appeal to the large number of enthusiasts who prefer a sub-40mm wide watch that still has impressive wrist presence. With a titanium case and blue-coated fabric strap, the watch is lightweight and can be casual enough to match with a polo shirt just as well as a suit. The dial here is the star of the show, with the white lacquer and nautical-inspired blue features. Practicality is not forgotten, however, as the anti-reflective coating on the sapphire crystal ensures ideal legibility. It also offers 150M of water resistance and magnetic field resistance of 15,000 Gauss. This lets the watch go for a dip and easily withstand the barrage of magnetic fields people expose their watches to on a daily basis.
The Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M GoodPlanet runs on the Omega caliber 8500 movement with Co-Axial Escapement and a 60-hour power reserve.
Again, these are just three out of the hundreds of Omegas available as part of eBay’s limited event featuring the brand. Happy perusing! You can browse the Omega event here at eBay.com.
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