Introduction of Omega Seamaster PloprofCo-Axial Master Chronometer and in Titanium

omega-deville-chestnut-surface-38mm-men-watch-om3687-78 omega-deville-chestnut-surface-38mm-men-watch-om3687-78_1 omega-deville-chestnut-surface-38mm-men-watch-om3687-78_2 omega-deville-chestnut-surface-38mm-men-watch-om3687-78_3Back in 2009, Omega replica introduced the new Ploprof, or as the nomenclature tells, the Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m Co-Axial. This year, as seen in the newly introduced Omega Globemaster Collection (where you can find all the details about this new certification), we’ve seen again some updates, as it now features a new certification and new tests – the Master Chronometer standard.
The first change concerns the water resistance, now at 1200m – again due to the new technologies. The crown protection and locker is also improved and easier to grip but the bezel’s pushbutton is still right in place. The second change that needed to tell is in its visual aspects, which were extremely close to the classical edition. It came with the identical overall design for the case, the dial and the hands. It was still a massive watch but the construction of the case was the main update. Due to the technological advances, the case gets rid of the monobloc design and goes back to a traditional middle case, with a separated case back and bezel – considerably facilitating the service operations. Last but not least, the Omega Seamster Ploprof 2009 edition comes with a modern Co-Axial chronometer movement, the Calibre 8500.
Concerning the huge size of this Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m, the usage of lightweight titanium is more than welcome, as it won’t make the watch smaller but at least, easier to wear on a daily basis. The first advantage of this metal is to be more resistant to scratches and corrosion – something that professional divers will certainly like.
On the 2009 edition of the Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m, the bezel was made of a sapphire crystal printed (on the back) with a 60-minute scale. Several years later, in the 2015, Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m Co-Axial Master Chronometer, you won’t be surprised to see the arrival of ceramic, once again a more resistant material. As a matter of fact, many things that can’t be seen at first sight. No doubt, you’ll easily recognize the new dial / bezel / strap combos, but the rest of the updates is more technical. Initially introduced in 2013, this new movement began to be used widely in the collection last year, especially with the introduction of the Omega Seamaster 300m Master Co-Axial.
omega copy watches, the watch keep the exact identical shape, with its 55mm x 48mm x 17.5mm case. The main novelty is something that we totally applause: the use of titanium for both the case and the mesh bracelet (the use of titanium for such a bracelet seems to be a world’s first).The second update concerns the bezel.
The case comes with one last update: the caseback is now made of sapphire crystal, in order to offer a view on the movement. I count a minimum of 5-6 various kinds of finishing around the movement alone. Each and every surface around the movement is completed, from sunbursts around the gears to various stripes on all of the bridges, rotors and casing. The 2015 Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200m Co-Axial Master Chronometer Titanium features the Calibre 8912, meaning the no-date edition of the movement we can find in the Omega GlobeMaster – movements that were previously know as the Master Co-Axial. It allows the movement to be resistant to magnetic fields up to 15.000 Gauss, based first on COSC standards and then on an internal process build together with METAS. Basically, we found all the technologies created by Omega, including the Co-Axial escapement and the fully anti-magnetic construction, with all the major parts made in silicon (balance wheel, escapement wheel and pallet, hairspring) or in non-magnetic metals (for the plates and bridges).
Some watches tend to stand out through brand name, others through durability and others through an out of this world design. The watch is deeply attractive under lights, the range of finishes means the watch demonstrates a complexity that belies the design which, on paper at least appears simple. The Omega Calibre 8912 features two barrels for 60 hours of power reserve and ticks at 3.5Hz. It is decorated with arabesque Geneva stripes. Accuracy for Co-Axial Master Chronometer watches is said to average -0, + 5 seconds per day.