Omega Introduces New References in their Seamaster Aqua Terra Worldtimer Collection, Including One in Titanium

May 16, 2023,19:51 PM

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Very nice indeed.

 By: InHavenPro : May 16th, 2023-20:09
I do fancy the titanium version best....

Damn! That's a curious decision....

 By: InHavenPro : May 16th, 2023-21:09
on their end........ Thanks for pointing it out Alex!

It's not so bad...

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : May 16th, 2023-21:40
Grade 2 is still widely used and it's just fine. I have had several watches made of that grade and have never had an issue. Watch reviewers often make a big deal about how grade 5 is better than 2 but the differences in daily usage are minimal.

I know that there is a lot of fuss about 'specs' in watch reviews...

 By: RayStantzPhD : May 17th, 2023-06:26
however, I own a watch with Grade 1 (about 80% of hardness compared to G2) and it is a desaster in terms of surface hardness (which I knew in the first place, no regrets there). Grade 5 is double as hard compared to Grade 2. And that, over the years, make... 

Wow! Those are really cool; I like the green

 By: cazalea : May 16th, 2023-20:31
but I want the case titanium. I guess I will have to buy two and swap parts ... has anyone here done that sort of thing when the combo you wanted wasn't offered?

A friend wanted a BlancpaiN in titanium with white dial

 By: cazalea : May 16th, 2023-22:16
We were on a factory tour in Switzerland, and he even asked the head of BP at the time, who replied "No Can Do" so he went and bought both, swapped the movements across the cases and sold the second one. I give him credit for doing it. I think he might ha...  

Thanks for sharing, Charlie! I'll be paying a visit to the boutique soon . . .

 By: Dr No : May 17th, 2023-18:34
. . . and hopefully return with images that haven't been enhanced. Art