Swiss Best Omega Seamaster Automatic Titanium Tantalum Watches Replica

Now, let’s address the most controversial aspect of the Omega watch replica: its price. Priced at 12,100 Euros in Germany, it’s undeniably steep. This is comparable to the original Titanium Tantalum chronograph from years back, which was also quite expensive. To put this in perspective, a gold and steel 300M on a bracelet costs 8,900 Euros, which might be a point of concern.

The Watch Movement

For reference, a two-tone Rolex Submariner is priced at 12,700 Euros. So, at 12,100 Euros for this Limited Edition Omega, it may not shock everyone, but it is still a significant amount. The Omega Seamaster Titanium Tantalum shares its 42mm case diameter with the rest of the 300M series and uses the same clasp with an underside push-button wetsuit extension. Inside, and visible through the NAIAD display back, is the in-house ref. 8806 co-axial automatic movement.

The 8806 is METAS-certified as a Master Chronometer. Unlike other Swiss Omega Seamaster Automatic 300M replica models, this Limited Edition does not include a date function. As expected, it hacks and can be manually wound via the Sedna gold screw-down crown. The bezel is unidirectional and the Super-Luminova glows with a soft greenish-blue color. The Omega Seamaster Titanium Tantalum differentiates itself from other steel-based 300M watches by using titanium for its dial instead of ceramic.

The Watch Dial

Additionally, while the ceramic dial pieces have wave lines set into the dial, the LE’s waves are actually raised. This design is similar to the newly released 43.5mm titanium/ceramic models. The titanium dial matches the dark hue of the case, contrasting nicely with the brushed Sedna hands and applied indices. For those who prefer a clean look, you’ll be pleased that Omega decided to omit the date window on this Seamaster.

Some might be disappointed by this choice, but I appreciate the distinction from the standard models. There were a few design decisions on the replica Omega Seamaster Titanium Tantalum that I was unsure about initially. However, after about a week, I grew to appreciate them. Firstly, I found myself liking the bracelet more than expected. Secondly, this Seamaster has an attached tag on the side of its case displaying its serial number.

The Watch Case

The tag is secured with a few screws, and while it’s well-executed, it does feel somewhat flashy. It reminded me of something you might see on a dress watch. Fortunately, it’s largely hidden when worn on the wrist, though I would prefer the LE number to be engraved on the back of a lug. I’m also a big fan of the bezel on the Omega Seamaster Titanium Tantalum Automatic replica.

While the standard models typically use ceramic, this watch features a Sedna gold bezel. The finishing here makes it particularly striking. The raised numerals, minute track, and arrow are polished and set against a sandblasted background. Such a material choice is not an obvious one for a professional dive watch, but it certainly adds to the visual appeal.

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