The Omega Globemaster Coaxial Master Replica Watches UK


This week, discover our test of the Globemaster Omega Co-Axial Chronometer Master Replica Watches.

Omega replica brand of the Swatch Group, World No. 1 in watchmaking, has provided this new automatic watch from the Constellation range of a face at once elegant, sober and exemplary feature that is sure to appeal to fans – especially in this blue version. With a 39 mm housing diameter fully satin, this replica watch Globemaster Omega Co-Axial Chronometer Master plays again on the records of sobriety and discretion.

“Movement side, the Globemaster Omega Co-Axial Chronometer Master offers an original background. It is plated and secured by four screws while his movement is visible through a sapphire crystal anti-reflective treated whose center is decorated with a medallion the famous observatory dome and the eight stars, emblem of the Constellation line, “says our partner The Watch Observer.
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Through the ice takes up the caliber Replica Omega Co-Axial Chronometer Master 8900, a mechanical self-winding movement of last generation. “Its sporty elegance, its tremendous versatility, vintage feel, its highly efficient movement of the XXI century and contemporary design make it an irresistible timeless replica watch,” concludes The Watch Observer.

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Top 5 Modern Omega Speedmaster Moon Replica Watches Models


Omega Speedmaster “Dark Side Of The Moon”

Let’s be clear. The reason we’re talking about modern moon replica watches from replica Omega is this watch: the Speedmaster “Dark Side Of The Moon.” Few could have predicted such a contemporary interpretation of Omega’s most historically important watch, the Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch. Presented in black ceramic, the “Dark Side Of The Moon” is a pioneering fake watch, in honor of the Apollo 8 astronauts who saw the dark side of the moon for the first time. The material, and color, were relatively new, but an instant hit. The original “Dark Side Of The Moon” is priced at $120.


Omega Speedmaster White Side Of The Moon

For every yin there is a yang, and so the dark side would make way for the bright or “White” side of the moon in 2016. Identical in its design and in the materials used for the fabrication of its case (Omega replica stuck with ceramic), the replica watch looks nothing like its predecessor. Funny how much can change by changing the colour of a watch. Hands in 18k white gold and a white crocodile leather strap complete the albino look. The White Side Of The Moon is priced at $108.


Omega Speedmaster “Dark Side Of The Moon” Sedna Black

The “Dark Side Of The Moon” did return in 2016, but Omega made a few changes, starting with the introduction of 18k Sedna Gold. A proprietary alloy developed by fake Omega watches for its extra durability, it features throughout, in the bezel, hands and applied indexes, and shines a bit of light into the “Dark Side Of The Moon.” The Sedna Black is priced at $120.


Omega Speedmaster “Dark Side Of The Moon” Vintage Black

It may be called Vintage Black, but there is nothing vintage about this version of the “Dark Side Of The Moon.” So-called because of its Super-LumiNova tachymeter scale, indexes and hands, as well as its brown leather strap, Vintage Black is nonetheless betrayed by its 44.25mm case and matt ceramic dial. It is the perfect modern Moon replica watch. Inspired by fake watches with history, but made with a pioneering material. The Vintage Black is priced at $150.


Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award

“What could you do in 14 seconds?” This question, inscribed on the dial of the latest Omega Speedmaster is the catalyst behind of the extraordinary story linking the Swiss replica watches brand to Apollo 13. The 2016 Omega Speedmaster Apollo 13 Silver Snoopy Award pays tribute to the 45th anniversary of the aborted lunar mission, which nearly killed three NASA astronauts. Available in Omega boutiques worldwide in September 2016, this limited edition of 1970 pieces is priced at $135.

New 2016 Omega Seamaster Ploprof Dive Replica Watches in Titanium and Ceramic


At Baselworld this year it became known that Omega was releasing a new version of its Seamaster “PloProf”, a watch which has a cult following amongst hard core dive watch enthusiasts. With titanium case, ceramic bezel inserts, and an Omega Master Co-Axial caliber (visible through a sapphire-crystay display back!), it is safe to say that Omega continues to evolve and refine its original “omega replica watches” with features and aesthetics afforded by modern day watchmaking capabilities. Actually the new Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co-Axial Master Chronometer is being offered in a variety of different color & strap/bracelet combinations, all with the core features I just mentioned. It’s an exciting refresh, and below I will briefly explore the history of the PloProf and then we’ll take a look at some of the new models.

The PloProf derives its name from the French term Plongeur Professionnel (Professional Diver), and was arguably the first watch designed and built specifically for the diving professional. Bearing reference no. 166.077, the original PloProf debuted in 1970 after years of development in conjunction with Comex and famous explorer Jacques Cousteau. Its distinctive design and heavy emphasis on function over form with features such as a bezel lock (the orange button on the side of the case), crown lock, monoblock case with 600 meter water resistance, and other features eventually made the watch a cult classic.


Omega remade the PloProf in 2009, modernizing it with both aesthetic changes and mechanical upgrades such as an Omega co-axial chronometer caliber 8500, multi-part case, water resistance rating increase to 1200 meters and more.

the 2009 Omega PloProf

For 2016, Omega is offering four versions of the replica Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co-Axial Master Chronometer, including black with a black bezel, blue with a blue and 18k Sedna gold bezel, white with a blue bezel, and one with a gray ceramic bezel. The new 2016 editions thus mark the second “remake” of the famous dive watch since its debut over 40 years ago. The changes are not insignificant starting with the move to a titanium case. At 55mm x 48mm and made of stainless steel, the PloProf has always been a big, bulky watch. Titanium will change this dramatically.

55mm x 48mm titanium case

Another big move is the use of a sapphire display back. Virtually unheard of decades ago, modern day technology has enabled deep-rated divers to be produced with sapphire display backs. Though some purists might prefer a non-see-through caseback (the original PloProf had a textured caseback to help keep the replica watch from sliding around), the aesthetic enhancements afforded by a sapphire display without sacrificing depth rating seem well worth it. Particularly as in this case you get to see the Omega Master Co-Axial Caliber 8900 (See my earlier article: Omega Master Co-Axial Calibers Arrive, What Does It Mean? March 2014 for more background)

There are a handful of other changes as well. Just to point out a few: use of ceramic bezel inserts (look very sharp), the seconds hand is now orange-tipped, and the absence of a date window. The omission of a date window moves away from both the original PloProf and the 2009 remake. It is a welcome absence, in my view. Just scroll back and forth between the original 1970’s PloProf, the 2009 PloProf, and the 2016 PloProf seen here and you can see the design evolution of the watch.

Here is another of the new 2016 models, this one utilizing Sedna gold (an Omega-exclusive special gold alloy) and dark blue dial for a bit more luxurious look (perhaps this one will not be the favorite of PloProf purists):


Prices for the Omega Seamaster Ploprof 1200M Co-Axial Master Chronometer replica watches were last reported at $126 for the black dial / black bezel (ref. O22790552101001 — not pictured) and white dial / blue bezel (ref. O22790552104001), and $138 for the gray Ti dial (ref. O22790552199001), and $180 for the blue dial / 18k Sedna gold ref. (O22760552103001).

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7 Milestone Omega Replica Watches from 1892 to Today

In its long history, Omega has contributed numerous important replica watches and innovations to the world of watchmaking. In this excerpt from our “Omega Milestones” E-Special, we chronicle seven of the 25 most important watches Omega Replica has ever made. For the complete E-Special listing all 25.

The world’s first minute-repeater wristwatch was unveiled in September 1892 by the Bienne, Switzerland firm of Louis Brandt & Frère, precursor to today’s Omega replica watch company. Brandt had chosen Audemars Piguet in Le Brassus to modify a 13-ligne Lépine ébauche that Audemars had purchased from the ébauche maker LeCoultre & Cie. The striking mechanism was triggered by a slide at 3 o’clock. The complex wristwatch case strongly resembles that of a pocketwatch. Engraved on the dust cover is a phrase in French that translates as “Excluded from the competition: juror, Paris 1889.” The engraving suggests that the watch had been exhibited at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, but had not been allowed to participate in the competition for medals because César Brandt, who ran the firm with his brother Louis-Paul, had served on the jury of the Paris World’s Fair in 1889.


First Omega Wristwatch (1900)The first wristwatches bearing the Omega name were produced in 1900 and used by British officers in South Africa’s Boer War (1899-1903). Omega replica was one of the first firms to begin serial production of wristwatches. The replica watches withstood the rough treatment they got. An Omega advertisement in a watchmakers’ magazine in Leipzig in 1904 publicized the testimony of a British artillery officer whose Omega wristwatch performed admirably in bitter cold, searing heat, torrential rain and merciless sandstorms. The lieutenant colonel concluded that “The wristwatch is an essential campaign element.” The wristwatches were powered by a Lépine 12-ligne Caliber HN B and were available in two versions: one with the crown on the right, to be worn on the left wrist, and the other with the crown on the left for wearing on the right wrist.


Omega Seamaster (1948)René Bannwart is considered the father of the Omega Seamaster line. The man who would later found Corum had begun building Omega’s design department in 1940. This was new. At that time, sketches for new models were usually drawn by draftsmen in watch-case factories. Bannwart’s decision set Omega on a new path that other brands would soon follow. To celebrate Omega’s 100th anniversary, Omega replica sales director Adolphe Vallat asked Bannwart to develop a sporty, robust and waterproof wristwatch. Bannwart felt that Vallat wasn’t giving him enough time, so he presented one of his case designs with the comment “much too clunky.” To Bannwart’s surprise, Vallat was delighted. The result was the Seamaster family. It had its origins in replica watches uk supplied to Britain’s Royal Air Force in World War II. The 1948 civilian version of the pilots’ watch had a water-resistant case (to 50 meters), a screwed caseback with lead gaskets, a reinforced crystal, a silvered dial, and polished and riveted Arabic numerals. The version with small seconds, which was also available as a certified chronometer, contained the new automatic Caliber 28.10 RA RG-343. The model with a central seconds hand was the 28.10 RA SC-350.


Omega Constellation (1952)Omega began using the name “Constellation” in 1952 to denote its officially certified wrist chronometers. The premier model was powered by Caliber 28.10 RA SC PC RG AM (nicknamed the “352”), which first appeared in 1945. This caliber wound itself via a unidirectional hammer-type winding weight. It also featured an indirectly propelled central seconds hand. The 28.1-mm-diameter, 5.4-mm-thick movement passed the official chronometer tests with flying colors. Its sturdiness, reliability and precision prompted Omega to produce the Constellation in large numbers. This model was also Omega’s first serially manufactured wristwatch chronometer.


Omega Speedmaster (1957)The Omega Speedmaster, destined to become the most famous chronograph in the world because of its use by NASA for the Apollo program, was introduced in 1957. But the Speedmaster story really begins in 1943 with chronograph Caliber 27 CHRO C12, developed by Jacques Reymond. Born into a long-established family of watchmakers, Reymond had joined Omega’s subsidiary Lemania in 1942. The “CHRO” in the caliber designation stood for “chronograph,” the “27” referred to the movement’s diameter in millimeters, and “C12” denoted the additional counter for 12 elapsed hours. Further developed by Albert Piguet in 1946 and christened by fake Omega with the shorter name “321,” this movement was the smallest of its type at the time. Credit for the Speedmaster case design belonged to a group at Lemania, including designer Claude Baillod, prototype-maker Georges Hartmann and machinist Désiré Faivre. The watch’s salient features were a black dial, luminous hands, a tachymeter scale, water-resistant case, screwed back and domed Plexiglas crystal. The diameter was originally 39 mm. A 40-mm version with the tachymeter scale on a black background along the flange appeared in 1960.


Omega De Ville (1967)Omega launched De Ville as a separate line in 1967. It had been a collection within the Seamaster line since 1960. Simpler, younger, more colorful, and more varied than the Seamaster, it quickly became Omega’s best-selling collection. The name stood for an entire philosophy because the De Ville wasn’t created at Omega’s headquarters in industrial Bienne, but in sophisticated Geneva. The collection was intended to represent a new urban elegance. The designers had sought and found a modernistic element in wristwatch design. The collection included rectangular models containing the ultra-slim hand-wound Caliber 620. The synthesis of modernity and timelessness turned out to be just right. Omega De Ville wristwatches won six “Golden Roses” at the Baden-Baden design awards in the 1970s as well as the coveted Grand Prix Triomphe de l’Excellence Européenne.


First Co-Axial Escapement (1999)The Omega De Ville Co-Axial contained automatic Caliber 2500, the first wrist chronometer with a co-axial escapement. The escapement was invented by English master watchmaker George Daniels. Omega developed Daniels’s design so that it could be manufactured in large quantities. Caliber 2500 was a modified self-winding movement from Omega’s Swatch Group sister, ETA. The co-axial escapement went a long way toward solving two fundamental problems that had plagued long- lasting precision timekeeping. First, every change in the viscosity of the lubricant oil detracted from the regularity of the rate behavior. Second, over time, the oil gradually disappeared from the locations where it was most needed in the movement. Daniels revised the architecture of the impulse-giving elements to reduce both the friction and the influence that the lubricant’s viscosity exerted on the balance’s amplitude. Unlike conventional escapements, his co-axial escapement consists of an intervening wheel, a co-axial wheel and a lever with three pallet jewels. The lever acts only when the balance swings counter-clockwise. To fully exploit the advantages of this escapement, 27-jewel Caliber 2500 had a Glucydur balance with a frequency of 28,800 vph and a flat, freely swinging hairspring. The movement debuted in a simple round case for which Omega reactivated the name “De Ville.”


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Graceland Auctions Two Replica Watches Bought By Elvis Presley

Graceland was the celebrated home of Elvis Presley for more than 20 years. Today, it is a museum of the game-changing rock-and-roll singer’s life. But that doesn’t mean it is a static entity; Graceland is a vibrant memorial to the King of Rock and Roll – and it even periodically stages auctions of memorabilia.

In honor of what would have been the King’s 81st birthday on January 8, Graceland is putting on an auction of some significant artifacts with 126 lots going under the hammer.

Included in this auction are two interesting replica watches once purchased by Elvis Presley.

This 1973 Omega Time Computer was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to longtime confidante Charlie Hodge on the case back

Lot 96: a 1973 Omega TC1 with inscription

Even without having gone through the hands of the King, this lot would be a worthwhile purchase as a genuine interesting artifact from the history of horology: the Omega Time Computer was one of the first digital omega replica watches ever produced in Switzerland, and it also has the distinction of being the first Swiss replica watch with an LED display.

The Omega Time Computer displays the hours and minutes as well as the seconds in ruby-red digital numerals upon pressing the button on the side of the case. A magnetic key for setting and adjusting the time is hidden within the clasp of the metal bracelet. To set or adjust the time, the key is placed on two contact points on the case back.

This 1973 Omega Time Computer was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to longtime confidante Charlie Hodge on the case back

Quartz Caliber 1600, accurate to within five seconds per month at the time of its manufacture, powers the watch, which is TV-shaped from the front but round from the back.

The stainless steel case and bracelet is gold-filled (heavily plated) with 80 microns of 14-karat gold.

Elvis Presley often purchased replica watches as gifts, and this particular item comes from a cache of 30 that he purchased from “his” Memphis jeweler Lowell Hayes on August 30, 1974.

In late 2015, as I was researching my story on Elvis Presley’s watches for the annual Hollywood Reporter watch supplement, I spoke with Jerry Schilling, one of Presley’s closest confidantes (a member of the so-called Memphis Mafia) and the author of Me and a Guy Named Elvis.

“He was the first guy I knew who had a digital wristwatch . . . a leading-edge one,” Schilling told me over the phone from his home in Los Angeles. “He definitely wore it, but I don’t think it was one of his favorites. I think it was a trendy thing that caught his eye as something new. He always liked new, leading-edge types of things.”

This 1973 Omega Time Computer was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to longtime confidante Charlie Hodge on the case back

This particular example was one that had been gifted to another member of the Memphis Mafia: Charlie Hodge became part of Presley’s close-knit entourage in 1970 and also worked as a roadie of sorts, a producer for his television shows, and as an all around gopher (like all of the Memphis Mafia). He also provided backup vocals and guitar work on records and at performances.

Hodge lived at Graceland for 16 years until 1977, when the singer passed away.

This Omega Time Computer, which is in working order, exhibits a special engraving on the stainless steel case back: “To: Charlie From: E.P.” Its high estimate is $160.

This 1969 14-karat gold Baume & Mercier was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to Armond Morales of the Imperials on the case back

Lot 65: gold Baume & Mercier from 1969

This lot once again underscores how generous Presley was with people he enjoyed and how often he gave the gift of time. This time it was a cache of five 14-karat gold manual winding Baume & Mercier wristwatches, one for each member of the gospel music group, the Imperials: Terry Blackwood, Roger Wiles, Jim Murray, Joe Moscheo, and Armond Morales.

On the final evening of the performances starring Presley and the Imperials at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, the King presented each member a personally engraved timepiece. This example comes from Armond Morales, one of the founding members and the only original member to still be in the group to this day.

This 1969 14-karat gold Baume & Mercier was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to Armond Morales of the Imperials on the case back

The inscription on the back of the gold watch reads “To Arman from Squirrly E.P.”

Note that Morales’ first name is misspelled as is “Squirrely,” a nickname that originated in the rehearsals for the thirty-day residence during which Presley apparently goofed around a lot.

This 1969 14-karat gold Baume & Mercier was purchased by Elvis Presley; it bears a personal engraving to Armond Morales of the Imperials on the case back

The fake omega watch was likely worn very little and shows only minor signs of wear. It is estimated to hammer at $150 on the high end. I am particularly enamored of its 14-karat gold Milanaise bracelet, a true mark of taste.

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Cindy Crawford Commemorates 20 Years Of Fronting Omega Replica Watches


Her career is the definition of modeling longevity, and Cindy Crawford is featured in the latest campaign for Omega Timepieces’ new offerings.

Celebrating 20 years of working with the Swiss replica watches label, the gorgeous supermodel looks elegant while flaunting the Constellation Pluma and the Seamaster Aqua Terra.

Crawford is thrilled to have capped two decades with Omega “It’s been an amazing adventure – twenty great years! When I started working with Omega replica uk in 1995, the company had a great reputation as a watchmaker…I had the chance from the very beginning, to have input on the design of the Constellation watches and I’m proud of the fact that fake Omega is now, along with all of its technical accomplishments, considered to be a fashionable watchmaker.”