Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black is visually all about the typical Planet Ocean design and proportions. The case, while being made out of ceramics, remains the same, with the same “lyre lugs” and the same bulky dimension – 45.5mm in diameter and 17.18mm in height. For sure, we’re in front of a big baby here but the new straps, with integrated attachment to the case (which goes downward at 90 degrees at the end of the lugs), are participating to the comfort and, even on my small wrist, the watch remained easy, balanced and (ceramic obliged) rather light. After all, the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black replica is a toolish diver, not a dress watch.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black Full Black
Everything, from the case, the dial, the crowns or the bezel’s insert are black. The case is half polished, half brushed – the sides and the inner parts of the lugs are brushed (classical Omega finish) while the twisted bevels on the lugs are polished. The insert show a 60 minute scale and numerals in metallic grey, obtained via Liquidmetal technology. This edition is combined to a fabric strap, with rubber lining and black stitching. The clasp is in polished ceramic and ceramised titanium.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black Black Gold
It combines back ceramic (for the case, caseback and dial) with Sedna gold (Omega’s own pink gold) for the hands, the indexes and the crowns (both Helium valve and setting crown). The bezel is also made in Sedna gold, with a black ceramic insert and Sedna gold Liquidmetal diving scale and numerals. On this edition of the Seamaster PODB, with its more luxurious orientation, the strap is made in rubber with a black alligator leather insert, treated to be water resistant .
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black Black Blue
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black Blue and Black Red are indeed showing a different finishing for the case, which is here entirely brushed ceramic. A same finish has been applied on the crowns and on the bezel. The insert shows a same design as the new Planet Ocean 600m 43.5mm showed during Baselworld 2016. The insert is made out of brushed ceramic, with Liquidmetal diving scale in metallic grey. The 15min scale, helpful for divers and decompressions, is here a rubber insert that has been injected and blended with the ceramic, seamlessly.
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black Black Red
Red is actually the first color that is no longer visible when diving (at only 5 meters under the surface). The red edition will become even more black when diving, for a camouflage look under water. On the other hand, the exact shade of blue on this Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Deep Black is actually the last color you’d be able to discern when diving – at a depth of 275m.