Planet Ocean 600M Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 45.5 mm by Omega

Planet Ocean 600M Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 45.5 mm by Omega
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The "Planet Ocean 600M Omega Co-Axial Master Chronometer Chronograph 45.5 mm" (reference 215.23.46.51.03.001) is a watch from Omega's "Seamaster" collection. It features a blue dial and is housed in a stainless steel case. This piece is designed for men. The round case is 45.5mm in diameter and waterproofed up to 60 bar (approximately 600 m water depth). The transparent case back offers a view of the movement. As a professional diving instrument, it has a helium release valve. An unidirectionally rotating bezel helps the diver to keep track of the dive time.

The watch's functions are provided by an automatically winding Omega 9900 mechanical movement offering a power reserve of 60 hours and displays for hours, minutes and seconds (small second). With the display for the time in a second time zone, the user can keep track of local and home time while travelling. The movement has the popular chronograph (commonly known as a "stopwatch") function to measure the duration of an event. The measured duration can be read with a seconds hand, a 60 minutes counter for the elapsed minutes and a 12 hours indicator four the elapsed hours. The calendar has an indicator for the date. As regulating organ, the movement makes use of a co-axial escapement. Other features of the watch: silicon balance spring and resistant to magnetic fields.

The timepiece is fitted with a leather strap with a pin buckle. Omega asks its official retailers to sell the watch at around 11'900 CHF. You can use the "Contact Shop" button to ask an official watchmaker of your choice for their offer.

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Basic Information
Release Date: 
03/27/2017
Reference Number: 
Collection: 
Seamaster
designed for the gentleman
Price: 
~ CHF 12'000
Material: 
stainless steel
rose gold
Main Dial Color: 
blue

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