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Omega has said it will deliver two seasonal drops of new watches this year, so an exceptional range of watches across the Seamaster, Speedmaster and Constellation families will not be the last of the novelties in 2022.
Retailers and their customers are likely to be licking their lips at the look of a broad range of colourful steel references added to the Seamaster Aqua Terra and Speedmaster collections, but the star of the show from a technical standpoint is a new Seamaster Planet Ocean Ultra Deep capable of surviving at depths of up to 6,000 meters or close to four miles below sea level.
https://www.watchpro.com/omega-seamaste ... 00-meters/
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Impressive...though its a purpose made watch.
I'm more impressed that Seiko can grab 4 standard Tunas off the shelf and send them to 4000m and back without a problem.
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Another Shill wrote:
... just 18mm thick.
Should wear nicely, then. If Invicta released a watch that thick...
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